Enrolment

Enrolment will be fully online this year. There will be no face to face enrolment sessions taking place in order to adhere to the Government guidelines for social distancing.

To become a registered Roehampton student you must first complete your online enrolment which will be on your student portal landing page. Please read the details below.

Online enrolment 

Once your place has been confirmed, you will receive an email from our Registry Enrolment Team, enrolment@roehampton.ac.uk containing your Roehampton username, password, and Roehampton email address. If you have not received it please email the address above.

Please save this email address as a preferred contact to prevent it from going into your junk folder. You will need to have your username, password and Roehampton email ready before starting your enrolment.

Make sure you follow all of the steps for online enrolment:

  • Accept the student contract
  • Complete your photo upload for your student ID card
  • Check your personal details. Confirm your home address, term time address (if known) and emergency contact details
  • Complete your finance registration and pay your fees* 
  • Upload your identification document for your formal identity check.

* Part time students must have selected their modules before they can complete their fee registration and pay their tuition fees.

You may see the following extra steps on your enrolment page which are only applicable to certain programmes, and will only be shown on your enrolment page if you are required to complete this step. Not all students are required to do the extra step, so if it isn’t showing then you don’t need to do it.

• Upload additional qualification documents.
• Choose your modules.

Additional Qualification Uploadonly for students on certain programmes.
If admissions require you to upload additional qualifications you will see this step within your enrolment page. Not all students are required to do this step, so if it isn’t showing then you don’t need to do it.

Choose your modules - only for students on certain programmes.
If you see this step it means your programme offers you a choice of modules to select for your first year alongside the compulsory modules which will be preselected for you. The module selection page will tell you how many modules you need to select from the list of choices. If you need help with this section, email your programme administrator. You can find their contact details from the programme page. Not all students are required to do this step, so if it isn’t showing then you don’t need to do it.

When you have completed each step successfully you will see a green tick in the sections. A red cross indicates you have not completed the step.

Getting your student ID card 
Students will be able to collect their ID cards from the Library on two dates, 4 and 13 January between 10am and 3pm. If you’re unable to collect your card on those days, you can arrange to collect it from Campus Services, Security, or have it posted to you by emailing cardproduction@roehampton.ac.uk’.

To receive your student ID card you must first have completed all of the steps for online enrolment and uploaded a photo. A Confirmation of Enrolment email will be sent to your Roehampton email address when you are fully registered. 

Your Roehampton student ID card will act as:

  • Your student ID. This is your official student ID and therefore will include your name, photograph, student ID number and your programme expiry date. You need to carry your ID card with you at all times while on campus.
  • Your access card to buildings around campus. Some buildings require you swipe your ID card to get into the building – you just need to touch your card on the reader on the door.
  • Your library card. You'll need to use your ID card to access the library, borrow books and other learning materials.
  • Your attendance monitor. For any lectures you attend on campus you will need to register your attendance by tapping your card on the black boxes located outside the entrance to each lecture theatre/room.

Need help with your online enrolment? We're here to help.

Online fee registration step: email the Finance Team or call us on 020 8392 3090.
IT systems: email ServiceDesk or call us on 020 8392 6000. Details of how to change your password are available on the website.
Online enrolment: email enrolment@roehampton.ac.uk, or call us 020 8392 7212. Please include your Student ID number in all correspondence.
Student Visa: email immigration@roehampton.ac.uk or call 020 8392 8146/4897.
Academic module timetable advice: Timetables will be on the student portal. Answers to most questions can be found on the Academic Services page, or the Programme Details page.
Moodle/Modules/Coursework: Log onto http://moodle.roehampton.ac.uk for access to this facility. Use your University network account username and password. Module selection will only appear in Moodle when they have been approved by your Programme Convener.
Other enrolment queries: email the Enrolment Team, or call us on 020 8392 7212.

Postgraduate Enrolment

Once your application is confirmed and has been transferred to Registry, and after the above date, you will be emailed with your online enrolment details by postgraduate-enrolment@roehampton.ac.uk.  If you haven't received it contact this email address. Enrolment is undertaken online via Student Portal, and the email we send will give you details of how you can access the Student Portal.

You must complete all the steps of enrolment displayed on your enrolment page on your portal.

The steps will include all of the following:

  • Acceptance of the University terms and conditions, and Student Contract.
  • Upload a digital head and shoulder photo of yourself, in passport size format, for your student ID card.
  • Check your personal details.
  • Confirm your home address, term time address and emergency contact details.
  • Select your modules for this academic year.
  • Complete the tuition fee payment portal even if you are being sponsored.
  • Upload your identification document for your formal identity check.

If you cannot access Student Portal with the account details emailed to you, contact servicedesk@roehampton.ac.uk or call 020 8392 6000.

The Student Portal will give you full details of what your formal identity check involves, plus information about getting your student ID card, and who to contact if you need help.

Getting your student ID card
Students will be able to collect their student ID cards from the library every day from 11 - 15 January between 10am and 3pm. If you're unable to collect your card on those days you can arrange to collect it from Campus Services or have it posted out to you by emailing cardproduction@roehampton.ac.uk.

To receive your student ID card you must first have completed all of the steps for online enrolment and uploaded a photo. A Confirmation of Enrolment email will be sent to your Roehampton email address when you are fully registered.

Your Roehampton student ID card will act as:
1. Your official student ID and therefore will include your name, photograph, student ID number and your programme expiry date. You need to carry your ID card with you at all times while on campus.
2. Your access card to buildings around campus. Some buildings require you swipe your ID card to get into the building – you just need to touch your card on the reader on the door.
3. Your library card. You'll need to use your ID card to access the library, borrow books and other learning materials.

Need help? Telephone 020 8392 7212 and select the appropriate option.

• Online fee registration step: email the Finance Team or call us on 020 8392 3090.
IT systems: email ServiceDesk or call us on 020 8392 6000. Details on how to change your password, or unlock your password are available on the website here.
Student Visa: email the Immigration Team or call us on 020 8392 8146/4897
• Academic module and timetable: Academic Services or programme details. Timetables will be on your student portal.
Moodle/Modules/Coursework: Log onto http://moodle.roehampton.ac.uk for access to this facility. Use your University network account username and password. Module selection will only appear in Moodle when they have been approved by your Programme Convener.
Other enrolment queries: email postgraduate enrolment, or call us 020 8392 7212. Please include your Student ID number in all correspondence.