The new #WeAreUCL campaign from Student Support and Wellbeing and colleagues and students across UCL celebrates the diversity and spirit of our community in these extraordinary times.
About the #WeAreUCL campaign
Inspired by the Universities UK #WeAreTogether campaign and in response to the global pandemic, Student Support and Wellbeing and colleagues from across UCL are collaborating on a new initiative to celebrate the UCL community in a time of crisis; its spirit of inclusivity, diversity and togetherness.
The initiative launched when the Bloomsbury campus was closed, with staff and students forced to study or work from home. With the start of term, we welcome thousands of new students, some of whom will be walking through the gates of the Bloomsbury campus that are once again open. Other students will be engaging remotely for now, but we look forward to welcoming them to London soon.
Whether engaging remotely or here in London, everyone continues to be part of our community and welcome at UCL. We continue to be together as one through this crisis - #WeAreUCL.
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