Terms and Conditions
In order to collect your wristband you MUST bring the following documents:
- Photographic ID - either your passport or driving licence
- Your University acceptance letter
Without all of these documents, you will not be able to collect your wristband.
- No replacement wristbands will be given if wristbands are damaged or lost.
- No refunds will be available once you have purchased your wristband.
- ID will be required for entry to and purchase of alcohol for all bars and clubs featured in the Freshers’ Week programme.
- We reserve the right to change the programme of events.
- Activities featured in the Freshers’ Week programme will have a limited capacity and therefore access to activities will be on a first come first served basis.
- During Freshers’ Week you may have lectures - these are important and should not be missed to attend an activity running in Freshers’ Week. There is always an opportunity to attend the daytime activities after 2pm when compulsory lectures have finished, as well as activities during the weekend and on our ongoing Give It A Go programme
- Freshers’ Week and the Student Union advocate a sensible drinking policy. Visit drinkaware.co.uk or www.nusu.co.uk/respect for advice to ensure you drink safely in Freshers’ Week.
- Any student who tries to attend a Freshers' Week activity and is clearly intoxicated will be turned away by crew and/or venue security.
- We have worked hard to ensure the wristband offers great value for money; it is up to you how much you get from it, make sure you get involved!
- Every individual must ensure that they act reasonably in terms of their behaviour and health and safety when on an activity. It is important to note that everybody must have due regard for the safety of others as well as themselves when engaged in an activity. Risk assessments will be in place for each activity offered in the Freshers’ Week program.
- Freshers' Week wristbands are only available to first year undergraduate and postgraduate students (or where a student has come from another institution part way into a course and this is there first year at Newcastle).