The University as a charity
The University is committed to having a student body
that is balanced and diverse in terms of background and experience
drawn from the Region, nationally and internationally with all the
educational and cultural benefits that such diversity
As part of our strategy for widening participation, we have made
a clear commitment to ensuring that, as fees increase, students
with genuine financial need are in receipt of good advice and
appropriate financial assistance.
Our aim is to ensure that no student has legitimate reason to be
deterred from applying to Wolverhampton because of the costs of
living and studying here. In 2009, the University disbursed over
£X in financial
support for students from low-income groups, scholarships and
The University has a well established programme of outreach
activities designed to raise level of attainment, aspirations and
applications among under-represented groups.
Once they are at the University, we are committed to ensuring
that all our students benefit from an excellent teaching and
learning experience as well as extra-curricular opportunities,
including a range of community volunteering programmes, that enable
students to develop as individuals and enhance future
We provide a range
of student services to ensure student welfare and a successful
passage through University life and beyond, including:
In the wide cultural
context, the University both collectively and through the
encouragement of societies and individual initiative seeks to play
a very active role in the community it serves.
For example, we run a successful small scale Theatre – the Arena
Theatre, which compliments larger arts venues in the City; the
field, pitch and track facilities we own as well as the indoor
sport and fitness facilities are open to wider community use as are
our learning centres (libraries).
Though both staff and student representation on civic,
voluntary, faith and cultural bodies, the University remains a key
participant in the diverse cultural and community life of the City
and the Region.
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