TO THE START OF YOUR JOURNEY WITH BRIGHTON STUDENTS' UNION!
Who are we? - Your Students' Union, a Charity organisation at your University.
We do lots of cool stuff, such as:
A whole range of different events and activities (day & night), clubs & societies, and even well-being support & advice
- Pretty good right?!
Naturally, around this time of year, there will be lots of promoter events being advertised.
If you are only looking to join the OFFICIAL BRIGHTON FRESHERS lookout for the following:
Information on our official socials and web pages that will be clearly identifiable with our logo.
Keep checking your email inboxes for our Newsletters.
TO OUR FRESHTIVAL 2021 MAILING LIST FOR UPDATES
Looking for updates on when information is released, early access to tickets, events and much more? Then our 2021 Freshtival Newsletter is for you!
Already a student at Brighton University and heading into your second year? Then you'll automatically be signed up to receive our Freshtival 2021 communications. If you're worried, or unsure, feel free to click the button below to sign-up again, or contact our Freshtival team so we can check for you!
Official Freshers events across the country are ALWAYS run by Students’ Unions - charities which are best known for Freshers but do other cool stuff to help you through your education.
All Brighton Students’ Union events will be advertised nearer the time and will always feature our Brighton Students' Union logo. If you’re unsure, please reach out to us at .
Please be wary and safe online, and don't get caught out by a scam or company profiteering off your uncertainty and anxiety to get involved.
ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS
Wondering what's happening behind the scenes as we get ready for Freshtival 2021? Then you're in luck!
This year, our events team have released their very own social media pages for you to follow! Check out all the different pages and platforms that you can follow now for exclusive information and more:
If you're worried that you might not be following Official Brighton Students' Union pages - always look for our logo.
FIND OUT MORE
WITH OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How and where do I purchase tickets?
We will be announcing when tickets go on sale to each year group very soon, so keep your eyes peeled on our socials. These tickets will also be linked to our socials, so just follow the information once it has been announced to purchase tickets.
How do I know if I'm following the right accounts?
All of our Official Freshers 2021 content will feature our logos and branding (Brighton Students' Union.) If you are unsure, feel free to check with us via our email: BSUFreshers@brighton.ac.uk before purchasing tickets.
Who are Brighton Students' Union
Brighton Students' Union is a supportive, representative, and fully independent charity run by students, for students.
I have a question that wasn't listed, who do I contact?
For any further information regarding freshers please email us at: BSUFreshers@brighton.ac.uk
How does Freshtival work this year?
Why should I get involved?
Freshers is one of the most memorable experiences you will have as a student. This year we have something for everyone whether you are into clubbing or activities, we have you covered.
Will I need a Covid passport?
Following the recent government guidance on Covid passports, we're working closely with our partner venues to bring you the latest on what this means for students attending our events (including our 2-week Freshtival programme!). Further details will be published here soon. If you have any queries, then please email us directly.
Who can come to Freshtival?
Do 3rd party wristbands work to get into Brighton Freshtival?
What procedures do you have in place to ensure Freshtival is Covid Safe?
a high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you have noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal
I am self-isolating/ in quarantine will I still be able to take part?
If you happen to find yourself having to isolate or in quarantine during our freshers weeks fear not. We will still have some virtual activities for you to get involved with.