As a Christ Church student there’s a range of IT services and software available to support you in your studies both on campus and at home.


Summer Upgrade - Windows 11

This summer, all student campus PCs will be updated to Windows 11. Here is a useful overview of Windows 11 features.


Top Tips

  • All university-related email correspondence will be sent to your university email address, so it’s important that you check it regularly. If it helps, you can forward the emails to your personal account, so you don’t miss anything.
  • Check out the CCCU App Store - this is the quickest and easiest way to access all the software you might need for your course, including Microsoft Office, SPSS, NVivo and more.
  • We also provide a range of free productivity tools, apps and software to assist with your learning and ensure accessibility
  • Microsoft Teams is great for collaborative and group work. You can use it to send instant messages, share files, host meetings and more.


Did you know?

You can reset your own password if you forget. Use the “Forgotten my password” link on the login screen and follow the prompts – it is that simple! Please remember you need 14 characters for any password you set.

Staying safe online

Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to providing a safe, harassment-free digital environment for everyone.

  • Keep your online information safe
  • Make sure your password is secure
  • Look out for phishing emails or text
  • Protect your digital footprint

Social Media Guidelines

There are many benefits of using social media well. However, it can also come with risks so it is important you know how to protect yourself. 

  • Use privacy settings and protect your account
  • Think before you post
  • Follow the social media platform rules
  • Respect others