Teesside University
Listed below you will find a number of university web sites that you may find useful.



Course Materialshttps://eat.tees.ac.ukCourse MaterialsIf you are looking for your course materials try visiting our Blackboard system at https://eat.tees.ac.uk.
IT Help Centrehttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/HelpCentreIT Help CentreThe aim of the IT Help Centre is to provide staff and students with up-to-date IT news and information. ​Browse the self help pages to find assistance on a wide range of technical issues.
Student & Library Serviceshttp://lis.tees.ac.ukStudent & Library ServicesFind out about the resources provided by Student & Library Services to support your studies.
Student Portalhttp://mytu.tees.ac.ukStudent PortalThe Student Portal acts as a gateway to many of the resources you may need during your stay at the university.
University Intranethttps://unity3.tees.ac.ukUniversity IntranetThe University intranet contains the main department and school web sites.
University websitehttps://www.tees.ac.ukUniversity websiteThe main University website contains a wealth of information for prospective and current students, businesses, researchers and alumni.

Programme Catalogue

The Programme Catalogue contains detailed information about current courses/awards using Programme Specifications. A Programme Specification is t​he University standard document approved by the relevant committee and consists of a number of sections describing:

  • the aims and learning outcomes of the programme/award;

  • the learning and teaching methods used;

  • the structure of the course, including the modules that may be studied;

  • the support that will be provided for students and their learning;

  • the assessment methods that will be used to confirm that students have met the requirements for the award.​

Visit the Programme Catalogue​​​​​​​

Public Document Library​

The Public Document Library is a repository of publically available documents, including University policies, reports, forms, and general information. Recently updated documents...



Recognition of Prior Learning Policyhttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/sites/publicdocuments/Legal and Governance Services/Recognition of Prior Learning Policy.pdfRecognition of Prior Learning PolicyThe University’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) policy forms part of the University’s Admissions Policy. Learning obtained through life experiences or alternative means of educational provision such as work related, web-based or with different types of providers is included in this Policy.20/07/2021 13:38:29Prior;learning;policy;
Student Disciplinary Regulationshttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/sites/publicdocuments/Legal and Governance Services/Student Disciplinary Regulations.pdfStudent Disciplinary RegulationsThese regulations aim to make sure that instance of alleged student misconduct are dealt with fairly and promptly at hte appropriate level by those with the relevant authority. 29/06/2021 10:33:16student;disciplinary;regulations;
English Language Policyhttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/sites/publicdocuments/Legal and Governance Services/English Language Policy.pdfEnglish Language PolicyThe University sets minimum English language requirements for admission to programmes of study as detailed within this policy.18/06/2021 11:28:42English;Policy
Information Governance Policyhttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/sites/publicdocuments/Legal and Governance Services/Information Governance Policy.pdfInformation Governance Policy28/05/2021 15:03:22information;governance;policy
Appropriate Policy Documenthttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/sites/publicdocuments/Legal and Governance Services/Appropriate policy document.pdfAppropriate Policy Document28/05/2021 14:48:29appropriate;policy;
Criminal Convictions Policyhttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/sites/publicdocuments/Legal and Governance Services/Criminal Convictions Policy.pdfCriminal Convictions PolicyTeesside University actively promotes equality of opportunity. The purpose of this policy is to give effect to the University’s Admissions Policy and Equal Opportunities Policy by ensuring transparent, consistent and equitable treatment of applicants and students who have relevant unspent criminal convictions to declare and ensuring that the University is compliant with its obligations under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (as amended by the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012), the Human Rights Act 1998 and the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 as well as to enable the University to fulfil its safeguarding obligations towards the University’s students and staff.28/05/2021 14:48:27criminal;convictions;policy

​​Visit the Public Document Library​​​​​

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Common IT Questions



Connecting to WiFihttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/HelpCentre/Networks/Pages/eduroam.aspxConnecting to WiFiAdvice on connecting to the University's WiFi system called eduroam.
Managing my passwordhttps://apps.tees.ac.uk/myloginManaging my passwordMyLogin is designed to help staff and students manage their password and security details.
My Printhttps://extra.tees.ac.uk/HelpCentre/Pages/MyPrintGeneral.aspxMy PrintFind out how to get the most out of the University's printers and copiers.