Latest student news
As part of its drive to improve services for learning, ITS has made it possible for Sussex students to download Microsoft Office free of charge.
The 2015 National Student Survey (NSS) is now live for Sussex students who are in the final year of their degree.
Two guest speakers at the University's Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations will pay tribute to the remarkable war stories of their Jewish relatives.
The Student Life Centre (SLC) and the Student Support Unit (SSU) have moved from their previous locations to a new base in Bramber House.
Nine out of 10 Sussex students and staff are satisfied with the University’s Library, new survey results show.
A Sussex student has won a £2,000 bursary towards the launch of a business that will link UK university sports societies with overseas sports camps.
Sussex students are being warned not to fall for a current phishing scam: individuals purporting to be from Finance are calling students out of hours.
A Sussex student will play an important role in the future of social work, as a member of the body that acts as the public voice of the profession.
Up to a thousand runners are expected to race at a national student athletics championships in Stanmer Park this month.
A Sussex politics student could become the country's youngest MP after being selected to contest a seat for Labour in next year's general election.