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Where do I update my addresses?
Records hold three addresses for you on their system - your home address, your
contact address and your term time address, each used for a slightly different purpose...
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- The UCL Student Information Service
Portico is the UCL Student Information Service that you use as part of online pre-enrolment. You will be regularly asked to use this service throughout your time at UCL; it is therefore essential you familiarise yourself with it and what it is used for.
Portico can be used by all current students for the following
- Updating personal data such as addresses or contact numbers
- Completing online module registration (view pdf guide)
- Viewing data about courses/modules - i.e. information on courses/modules available either in your home department or elsewhere to help you choose your optional modules/electives
- Viewing your timetable and your examination results online
- Re-enrolling each year
- Planning and recording your skills development
- Applying for your graduation ceremony at the end of your course.
You can access Portico from any PC with internet access using your UCL user ID and password at www.ucl.ac.uk/portico
It is important that you regularly log in to Portico to
check that your record is accurate and up to date, particularly with regard to
your current contact address, which will be used by UCL for all correspondence, and your term time address which will be printed on your Statement of Student Status and your Opening a Bank Account letter.
UCL will use your personal data for purposes connected with your studies, your health and safety whilst on the premises and for any other lawful reason. Information about you will not generally be disclosed to anyone without your consent. Please see the UCL general statement on data protection for full details. This also means that we will not be able to give any information about your addresses, academic progress, results, examination dates or graduation date to any third parties without receiving written permission from you.
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