Hi <<First Name>>,

There's lots of stuff coming up in the Piazza if you want some time out from revision (or are lucky enough to have finished) - including the food market, sports and wellbeing stalls on the day of the Women's Cycling Tour; and screenings of EURO 2016 matches and live opera on the big screen.

I hope exams and revision are going well. Don't forget there's information on exams, the free bag storage facility and additional study spaces available. And from 'Free Fridays' at the Sports Centre, to free coffee in the Library of an evening, there's many support services and events to get you through the rest of term.

Best wishes,

Student Communications Team

P.S. Want to know who's up for honorary degrees at Summer Graduation? We're honouring an Archbishop, a film producer, a founder of the BBC’s Asian Network and more. If you're graduating, check out the info on the Awards and Ceremonies pages.
Careers support: The Get Ready, Get Set, Get Hired! event is coming up on 20 June to help you hone your CV, and prepare for interviews and assessment centres. And the Summer Careers Fair follows on 28 June. Plus, if you're looking for advice, there's a new Careers & Skills Pop Up in the Piazza. Whether you're after summer work, graduate jobs, want to know about work experience bursaries, or anything else, come along for a chat.
Trips around the UK: The Office for Global Engagement have a few more of its regular trips to historic and cultural places of interest coming up. There are trips to CardiffBlackpool and Warwick Castle this month. And Culturae Mundi are running a trip to Manchester United's Old Trafford on 8 June.
Submitting a dissertation soon? For stress-free submission, make the most of Warwick Print’s online dissertation binding service. Simply submit your document as a pdf, pay and take advantage of their fast turnaround service. It can be collected from the Bookshop, or delivered directly to your department or a UK mainland address.
Feeling entrepreneurial? There's loads of enterprise events coming up, including the Warwick Enterprise Society Forum on 14 June, creativity workshops, Cafe Enterprise, and a Question Time debate on 22 June. Plus, if you've got a social issue that you want to help solve, you can apply for the Social Enterprise Challenge by 20 June to try and secure funding.
It's Volunteers Week 2016: Take a look at the range of one-off volunteering opportunities you can get involved with for the remainder of the term. And if you're looking for funding for your own volunteering project, check out the Create a Project competition.
Should we stay or should we go? There are upcoming panel debates about the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union on Monday 6 June and on Tuesday 14 June. The deadline to register to vote is 7 June! If you missed Warwick Politics Society's EU Question Time debate, then you can watch it online.
Got unwanted books? Don't throw your old books away at the end of the year. With their Buy Back Scheme, you can bring your old books to the Book & Gift Shop and get up to a 1/3 back of the retail value, wherever you bought them from.
Planning to study, work or volunteer overseas? There's an Intercultural Training Workshop coming up on Monday 6 June. It's the first session in a three-stage programme designed to help you to develop your intercultural competency before, during and after your time overseas, delivered through workshops and online media.
Diversity Calendar competition: Many of you find creative ways to engage with diversity - just take a look at Adesola's Clay Jars Project or Ross's LGBTUA+ role models guide. We're looking for photos that show the diversity of our staff, students or local community. Send us your entry by 17 June for this year's calendar – and take a look at last year’s images for inspiration!
Phishing calls and emails: Be aware that there is currently a telephone scam targeting Tier 4 students from a caller purporting to represent the Home Office. Some of you may have received similar phishing emails in the past - please take a look at our advice on how to protect against them.
Before you go, a few bits of transport news...There's a diversion in place at the front of the Library during the Humanities works. Keep a look out for a new bus service in July, running from Oxford to Birmingham Airport and through campus. The X16 service ends on 5 June. There's new Flexi-pay car parking cards. And have a look at the changes we've made to disabled parking in response to the parking survey.