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Drink Water Challenge!

Approximately two thirds of the human body is made up of water! As standard it is recommended we drink around 8 glasses of water each day, however the exact amount we need varies depending on age, act...

Positive Affirmations

Affirmations are positive statements that can help you to challenge and overcome self-sabotaging and negative thoughts. When you repeat them often, and believe in them, you can start to make positive ...

Mindful March – Get involved!

Join us for 'Mindful March'. A month to take extra care of our minds and bodies, with free online workshops open to all.

Looking after your wellbeing: Sleep Hygiene

Okay so you’re not sleeping well, feeling a bit out of sorts and grumpy, can’t quite focus on anything, can’t be bothered… and those sheep won’t jump the fence! Sleep deprivation is distressing and fr...

Looking after your wellbeing: Sleep

Sleep is easy right? Wrong! There are many different factors that affect our sleep patterns; our ability to go to sleep, stay asleep, or wake up all impact on how we manage our daily lives.

Letting your property in 2021

Use some of these tips from Unipol to help you let your student property this year.

Where to Live in Nottingham?

When renting as a student for the first time, especially if you’ve lived in university halls for your first year, you may not be completely clued up on the residential areas of your city.

Don’t rush to rent!

A common myth surrounding student accommodation is that “all the best houses go” and there will be no student properties left in January. There will still be a surplus of accommodation after the holid...

Bonfire Night in 2020

There really is no safe way to hold bonfire and firework events this year without putting people at risk of catching, and potentially increasing the spread of, the virus. Is the gamble worth it for a ...

How your Residents’ Assistants can help you in your Accommodation

If you’re living in one of Unipol’s developments this year, hopefully you’ve already had chance to meet your Residents Assistants (RAs), so we wanted to introduce ourselves and explain how we can help...

How to Budget your Money at Uni

Sorting out a budget from the get go helps you manage your money so you don’t get into trouble later on.

Who we are and how we can help: Nottingham

New to student accommodation? Learn how Unipol can support you whilst you live in Nottingham.

Looking after your Wellbeing at Uni

You’ll be better placed to make the most of your uni experience and flourish in the face of adversity if you take some time to invest in your wellbeing.

A-Level Results 2021

Feeling nervous about getting your A-Level results is completely normal. It’s both the end of an era and the beginning of a new chapter… an exciting time which can lead to a lot of changes in your lif...

Unipol Tenant Satisfaction 2020

Thank you to everyone who completed the Tenant Satisfaction Survey this year and told us about their experience as a Unipol tenant.

Volunteer Online

As we’re all being encouraged to stay at home, most face to face volunteering roles have now stopped. Many of us still want to help and do something constructive with our time. The good news is that y...

Stay Well, Stay Home

Stay Home, Stay Well is an online social program to help our Students and Staff get through lockdown. We understand the importance of keeping your body and mind active during times like this, which is...

Things you can do when self-isolating with kids

As schools are closed, how are parents supposed to cope? Presumably we’re all going to be here for some time, so Kelly-Anne has written a few pointers that might help.

Building a healthy immune system during self-isolation

This blog post contains some info on the different nutrients and vitamins found in the fruit and veg you might already have at home or available at most supermarkets. These can all either be eaten on ...

Keep your mind and body active

University Mental Health Day 2020

Following the success of last month’s Wellness Event at our Mill Street development for Time to Talk Day, here at Unipol we hosted another event at the offices for University Mental Health Day.

Time to Talk Day

Smartphones, tablets, laptops, gaming platforms; all good in their own way, but can be a little anti-social. February 6th was Time To Talk Day. The idea of this, surprisingly, is to get people talking...

Beat the January blues in Nottingham

I hope you all enjoyed what we can probably sadly agree was a short-lived Christmas break. The New Year has begun and it’s back to work for us all, whether you have exams, assignments, or lectures to ...

House hunting on your own?

Here are a few pointers for you if you haven't yet found a group of potential housemates.