W5 – Thinking Spatially about Belonging, Retention and the First Year Experience

W12 – Are Digital Natives fully equipped for initiation into the University Tribe?

W13 – Inside Peer Assisted Learning – How do students arrive at uni?

W15 – Students as Partners in Redesigning the First Year Experience

W16 – We got the students we wanted – now what do we do?

W17 – Peer Mentoring for target groups – What would be a valuable extension to our mentoring programme for First Generation Students?

W26 – Making students strong and flexible from the beginning: The case of biomedical sciences.

W31 – When The Going Gets Tough: Developing emotional resilience in first year students

W32 – “richtig einsteigen.” – Engaging faculty and central units in creating an integrated first year programme

W40 – “Just because it works for you, doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll work for me…”: Exploring the holistic support required for First Year students with disabilities in Higher Education

W53 – Developing a social media project to support pre-arrival and first year transition

W58 – Meet Our Mentors: Student-Designed and Delivered Transition Mentoring and Community Building through Social, Academic and Integrated Service Provision

W59 – Putting the ‘experience’ in to the second year experience

W67 – 8,500 students, many opportunities – bringing ‘the University’ to residences through Learning Communities



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