It's the last day of the countdown as Freshers officially starts tomorrow!! Welcome to everyone starting uni. Have a great time over the next couple of weeks and the rest of your Leeds Beckett experience.
We're so close to the start of Freshers! Today we want you to put our Welcome Party on The Acre in your diary. It's at Headingley Campus from 6pm tomorrow - there'll be drinks, BBQ, fun and games.
Last few days! If you're living in halls, make sure you've got some reminders of home for the nostalgia.
4 days to go! Today might be a good day to look up your Student Liaison Officer. SLOs are recent graduates of our university and there's at least one for every faculty. They provide confidential advice on any personal or academic issues so they're a great first contact when you have a problem.
Life's going to be hard for all the people you're leaving behind. Make sure they're well prepared for life without you - leave pictures around the house, make sure they have Skype, etc.
Time to do your big shop. Grab enough dried and tinned food to fill your kitchen cupboards. If you wait until you arrive to get shopping, read our student shopping guide.
If you get a gym membership, have a think about all the free fitness classes you'll have access to - from Aerobics to Zumba. There's Body Tone, Kettle Fit, Squashercise, Martial Arts and a load more
You can download our new app today. You'll find online learning tools as well as information and functionality to support all areas of student life from health and wellbeing to social events, from transport to food. The app will also enable you to automatically sign in to all your lectures and tutorials.
Most of you should now have access to MyBeckett, our student portal with loads of helpful information for your course. Use today to login, explore and see if your Leeds Beckett email address has arrived - you can find it under the My Information tab.
How can there be only 10 days left? Time to start the final countdown to Freshers!
Some of you will be moving into halls in the next few days, so get packing. Read our Accommodation Team's tips on what to bring.
Make sure you've packed your passport or birth certificate. You'll need it for your ID check during induction.
You'll be meeting lots of new people at uni so have some ice breakers at the ready to get conversations going.
Time to sign up to support our teams in the annual Leeds Varsity where we take on University of Leeds in a bunch of sports. We've held the title for 11 years in a row now - join us in making it 12.
With Freshers starting in just over a week's time and moving in days starting in a couple of days, some of you might have a bit of anxiety on top of the excitement. Well don't panic. If you have any questions or worries you can contact our Welcome Team on 0113 8121112.
If you're moving away from home, use today to update your details with your bank and other vital post senders.
With all the fancy dress parties and club nights as well as the Otley Run, it's always worth having a costume to hand. Use today to sort out your fancy dress.
Today's activity is for the students living in university halls this year. If that's you then use today to find out about your Residential Officer - these are the people to get in touch with if you have any issues in halls.
Today we'd like to introduce you to the Library Team. They're open every hour of every day of the year (even bank holidays) and they can help with loads of things including all your book and computer issues.
Use today to upload your campus card photo. Just log in to our Welcome site and click the "Upload my Photo" link. Pick a good picture as it'll be on your card for the next few years.
It's well worth registering at a GP at uni so head over to the NHS site to find the GPs near your student accommodation.
Freshers is getting really close so have a look at the Students' Union Freshers Wristband. It'll save you money on events during the fortnight.
If you haven't enrolled on Welcome yet, you can do that today and view your induction information.
Most of you will know that you'll be joining us in September, so it's a perfect time to get your NUS Extra card for some nice discounts.
Meet the people who will be joining you on the journey to #BeBeckett.
A level results are finally here! Time to confirm your place with us on UCAS and talk to us on Twitter or Facebook about how excited you are. If you've not got the results you needed, don't panic - just call our Admissions team 0113 812 3113 or get in touch on Twitter or Facebook.
It's the day before A level results. Join us in wishing everyone good luck for tomorrow!
There are so many amazing places to visit in Leeds, it's hard to know where to begin, so check out some of our students' top spots on our Student Map of Leeds.
With A level results just round the corner, all the A level takers among you should make sure you're well prepared with champagne in the fridge and important numbers in your phone. Here's our Admissions Team number 0113 812 3113 in case you need them.
Everybody needs some support in their life, and at Leeds Beckett we have a great team of people who can help you with any issues you might have. Today is the day you should learn about our Student Wellbeing Team.
If your loved ones want to send you to uni with some food money, or if you want to keep your food budget in one place, our food cards could be a good shout. They work in the campus shops, food courts and cafés
Stay safe and get your meningitis jab at your local GP before you arrive at university!
42 days to go and it's time to read about all the great things our students do for charity and the local community.
Today, we want you to learn a more advanced recipe. Wow your flatmates with a good old Sunday roast dinner including perfect Yorkshire puds (of course).
For today, have a look at what we're doing at Leeds Pride this weekend.
Have a look at our Job Shop. It's a great way to get some paid part-time/casual work while you study and it's really easy to sign up once you get here.
Our Students' Union are launching their Freshers lineup at 12:00 today. Visit their Freshers page to see everything that's going on at Freshers.
48 days to go, and we think you should consider becoming a Student Ambassador when you get here. Ambassadors help support our University events and activities - and the pay's pretty good.
It's time to start thinking about grabbing things to decorate your room when you get here. Posters, photos, cuddly toys - whatever you need to feel at home.
Join us in a verse of Ilkley Moor Ba'tat while we celebrate Yorkshire Day. If you're already from Yorkshire, well done. If you're not, start looking forward to gaining honorary Yorkshire status.
There are some places on campus that not even our students all know about. With 51 days to go, read up on our hidden gems.
University is the place where you will go make amazing friends and have the time of your life. Today's activity? Watch this video and prepare yourself to meet some great people.
If you have a disability, long term health condition or learning difficulty that you didn't declare on UCAS, contact our Disability Advice Team so they can assess what reasonable adjustments and support you will need in order to engage with their course and with University life.
Think about booking a trip to the dentist. It's not always easy (or worth it) to register with a dentist at uni, so get yourself booked in for a checkup before you join us in September.
Get to know your Student Council Reps. They're there to ensure you are aware of the network of support the Students' Union and University offers, in order to make your University experience as enjoyable and successful as it can be.
56 days to go and it's time to sort out your kitchen gear. Gather some crockery, pots and pans and utensils - maybe a cookbook.
It's the start of our Graduation week. Take today to follow our ceremonies and imagine how great it'll feel getting your degree.
This one's for our airborne students. If you're flying into Leeds you can sign up to our Meet & Greet, so one of our Ambassadors can pick you up from the airport.
Going to be travelling between home and uni much? It's probably worth picking up a rail card to keep the costs down.
Today's task? Put this taxi number in your phone 0113 2311511 so you'll never get stranded after a night out - all thanks to this great scheme from our Students' Union.
Ever shrunk your favourite jeans? Or died your smartest shirt pink? Well you're about to unless you scrub up on your washing machine techniques before you arrive. Use today to perfect your washing skills.
Day 68 is an important one - come say hello to the most famous feline in Leeds, Carnegie Cat. He regularly roams around Headingley campus, posing for photos and being a top cat.
Did you know you can learn a language for free as a Leeds Beckett student? There's loads to choose from with beginner, intermediate and advanced levels on offer. There's Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. You'll be able to sign up on our Languages for All page in August.
The countdown continues! Today we'd like you to continue expanding your cooking repertoire with a slightly more challenging dish - a tuna pasta bake
During your time here, you'll have lots of opportunities to hear from high-profile experts across a host of fields/disciplines. Why not have a look at some of our recent guest lectures?
As our International Volunteers are jetting off to Greece to help turtles next week, we thought it'd be a good day for you to check out all the places you could go as an International Volunteer. Fiji, anyone?
Did you know Kaiser Chief and 'The Voice' host Ricky Wilson, Olympian Alistair Brownlee and rugby star Kevin Sinfield chose to study at our University? Find out about some of our other famous alumni on Day 73...
We're a quarter of the way there! With only 75 days to go today's activity is to keep those excitement levels high.
Today's task? Read about Leeds Beckett students' contribution to the Leeds cultural scene and have a think about how you can get involved when you arrive.
Feeling entrepreneurial? Have a look at our Enterprise Academy for Students. They help set up student businesses, award grants and provide endless amounts of mentoring and advice to current students and graduates.
Our new Students' Union Exec Team take up office today! Find out a bit more about them, and make sure you stop by the SU Office in our Portland Building on City Campus to say hello when you arrive.
There's a bunch of ways to get around Leeds and one of the greenest (and our favourite!) is by bicycle. That's why we think you should use today to sign up for our Bike Hire - it's super cheap too!
20 days down already! Today we'd like to introduce you to the Student Hub. It's your one-stop-shop for support and answers to your questions. There's one at each campus staffed by friendly, helpful people, but for now you can visit the online version.
You'll find a whole host of support for students when you get here, and for day 81 we think you should take a look at Student Money Advice. If you need some help with any financial issue, they'll be there for you. They run drop-ins so you can meet face to face or you can give them a call.
We're down to 82 and we think you should grab an apron and perfect your cooking. We'll start with the basics today - how to make perfect potato wedges. Cheap and simple - you're bound to win friends fast with these!
Worried about making friends? Well remember everyone is in the same boat, so use today to buy a doorstop - an open door is a great way to connect with flatmates... a brew won't hurt either.
Have you met Beckett Bear? He's our University mascot. You'll find him at sports games, having adventures on campus and looking out for his student friends. Make sure you get a selfie with him if you see him!
Today's the day for the fashion-conscious among you to plan your uni wardrobe. One tip - it can get chilly over here, so remember to pack your jumper so you're comfy through the winter, autumn...and spring months.
There are so many opportunities to take advantage of when you get here. Why not have a think about doing some of your studies abroad? You can meet new people, travel, improve your language and employability skills!
Why not have a gander at some of the societies you can join? Societies are a great way of making friends and meeting like-minded people and if the one you want doesn't exist, you can always set up your own. Here's the Students' Union's list.
Are you a sporty student? Today might be a good day to check if you're eligible for any of our sports scholarships. We also have bursaries and development opportunities to help you reach your sporting potential.
If you haven't already opened a student bank account, now might be a good time to look at your options. There are lots of banks with some enticing offers and it can be overwhelming so take a look at this guide if you're feeling stuck.
Leeds has some of the best music venues in the UK, from one of the North's best small venues, The Brudenell, to the 13,500 capacity First Direct Arena. Use today to check them out and decide which gigs you'll go to.
Today's activity is budgeting so you can put money worries to one side. Our student budgeting guide is here to help.
Joining a sports team is a great way to make friends while keeping fit and we've got something for every taste and ability. With 94 days to go, have a look at our Sports Team page and see what's available. Tchoukball anyone?
Want to explore your new campus? Today's the day you can get your campus bearings by taking a virtual tour. Have a look around our buildings, facilities and accommodation - and you don't even have to get out of bed to do it!
Today we'd suggest you start gathering your bathroom essentials. Hygiene and cleanliness is very important for making friends! Don't forget your toothbrush!
If you're not already involved, join our official Freshers Facebook group. You can find your future flat and course mates and join in all the conversations we're having over there.
Time to get excited! The countdown to Freshers has officially begun. Check back on this page every day for the next 100 days to find out what you can do to prepare for uni before it all kicks off on 19 September.