Welcome: Where you need to be and when

To make sure you don’t miss any of the great activity going on during Welcome, we’ve rounded up some of the key places you need to be during Welcome 2023.


Make sure you take a look at your Welcome events and activities programme and the My Liverpool app to find out everything that’s going on on campus.



If you’re going to be in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences or the Faculty of Science and Engineering, your Welcome Talk is taking place on Monday in the Mountford Hall (within the Guild).

Head to University Square where you’ll find music, free food, entertainment and freebies all day for our Celebration of Cultures event.


If you’re going to be in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, your Welcome Talk takes place on Tuesday in the Mountford Hall (within the Guild).

Meet the Teams takes place on University Square. There will be freebies and the chance to meet lots of our wonderful teams, including staff from the Library, Campus Support and Scholarships.


The part-time jobs fair is taking place on Wednesday 20 September on Guild Walk within the marquee.

Thursday and Friday

Guild Fair – head to the Guild to meet lots of the societies you could join.

Sports Fair – make your way to Sport Liverpool to see all of the teams you could join at University and to find out more about classes and activities taking place at Sport Liverpool over the year.

All week

  • Student ID card collection: If you’re staying in your halls, you can collect your ID card from your halls. If you’re not staying in halls, you can collect your cards from your school. Your school will tell you when and where you can collect your student ID card. If you missed the Friday, 8 September deadline to upload your student ID photo, you can collect your Student ID Card from the GFlex in the Central Teaching Labs
  • If you have a question during Welcome, head to the Here to Help Hub in the Central Teaching Hub.
  • If you’re an international student and need a BRP, the Biometric Resident Permit (BRP) Collection can be found in the Central Teaching Labs within the Gflex.
  • Confirm your engagement: If you don’t confirm your engagement, you won’t be a fully registered student at the University. Around nine days before your programme starts you will be sent an email that will ask you to confirm your engagement via Liverpool Life. If you’re a student who will study on University campus, you will need to confirm your engagement from a PC connected to the University network.
  • Share your photos using #TeamLivUni. You can also share your photo to our digital mosaic using #TeamLivUni, which will be displayed in University Square during Welcome.


Make sure you complete the Liverpool Welcome Module. This can be accessed on Canvas and is your virtual, on-demand welcome toolkit. You’ll find plenty of videos, information, events, support and opportunities for you to enjoy as a student here at Liverpool.