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Social Media

Two Girls Two Guys on a Picnic Table PortraitThe University of Cumbria uses a number of social networks and online media sites to communicate and engage with students, staff and the general public. Follow us, like us or subscribe to our channel to keep up with the latest news.

If you have any quick questions for our admissions staff about joining the University of Cumbria family, you can reach them on Facebook and Twitter.

Students' Union

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Connect with your subject group

Two Students Giggling With IpadAlong with our general University of Cumbria accounts, we also have a selection of subject specific accounts, bringing you updates from your faculty. These accounts are maintained by a combination of student ambassadors and university staff.

Facebook

Twitter

Alumni

Four Girls November GraduationYour graduation certificate is not a receipt it is a membership card! Come to our Alumni Facebook page to share stories, reminisce, post and tag photos, read our latest news and catch up with your fellow alumni. Or follow us on Twitter for quick updates.

If you would like to share something, please don't be shy, we would love to hear from you!

Unofficial pages

Many of staff, including subject tutors, use their own accounts to communicate useful and interesting information and we welcome interaction with students and stakeholders with an interest in what we do.

Such personal accounts are the thoughts and comments of the member of staff in question and do not represent the views of the University of Cumbria. 

The university has social media policies by which all our staff and students must abide.

The use of social media is not a requirement for students or staff. If you do wish to engage with social media, please have a look at our social media guides.