Money Week 2023 – Navigate the Numbers: Coping with the Cost of Living
Your Student Advice team is taking part in the National Student Money Week campaign from Monday 6 March – Sunday 12 March. This years theme is is centred around coping with the rise in the cost of living. As the cost-of-living crisis and its related pressures continue, your financial and wider wellbeing remain an important priority for the University. We wrote to you a few months ago outlining the support package to help you navigate this difficult time, which you can read about again, here and you can also visit the Cost-of-Living Support Hub.
The Student Advice Service provides information, advice and support to students relating to a wide range of financial issues. The service is accessible to students all year round and is both confidential and non-judgemental. The team can be contacted by phone 01273 64288 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org and you can arrange either an in person or virtual appointment.
During Money Week the Student Advice Service will be visiting your campus, bringing an interactive roadshow to raise awareness of the support available to you and to share their expert advice. There will also be opportunity for students to share budgeting advice and learn new money saving tips from each other, as well as some practical prizes on offer. There will also be daily blog posts such as ‘buy now, pay later’ schemes; payday loans; money mules and gambling.
- Tuesday 7 March, Falmer: Checkland Building foyer 12– 2pm
- Wednesday 8 March, Moulsecoomb: Cockcroft building, outside Aldrich Library 12– 2pm
- Wednesday 8 March, Eastbourne: Darley Road building, Book and Bean cafe 12 – 2pm
- Thursday 9 March, City campus: Grand Parade main building, Atrium gallery 12 – 2pm
- Friday 10 March, Eastbourne: Hillbrow campus, Sprinters canteen 12 – 2pm
Add your money saving tips below in our Money Week 2023 Padlet
You could win a prize if your tip is ‘liked’ the most. Simply click on the red plus sign.