If you’re an undergraduate student who hasn’t come to university aged 18 straight from school or college, we hope the information in this section will help you adjust to university life, meet other mature students and know where to go to access support if and when you need it.
See below for ways to get involved and read top tips from our current students on how to make the most of your time at York.
A helpful list of things which you may find useful to do before starting to study in York.
All new undergraduate mature students are invited to attend an Induction Day as well as other events during Welcome Week.
Our current mature students have written down some of their top tips for new mature students who are studying in York.
Current mature students can contact Nicola Browne (University's dedicated contact for Mature Students) at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prospective mature students can contact the University's Widening Participation team by emailing: email@example.com
Get involved with university life through events, meeting other mature students, the Mature Student’s Association and societies.
Find out more about the academic, financial, wellbeing and careers support available to mature students.
Colleges can benefit mature students in a number of ways. More information on the college system can be found here.