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Making Better Societies

Last week the Union delivered its biggest training programme than ever before to its Student Leaders. Welcoming over 500 attendees we deliv

 
RAG Week is coming!

A special week of events and social charity fundraising activities - all raising money for The Penny Appeal

 
Access All Areas

Access All Areas is a self-directed club crawl in the West End. Collecting your AAA wristband from Bar Soho before 11pm on the night grants

 
Black History Month

“If a race has no history, it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world”

 
 
Student Wins
We just increased societies' funding by £13,000

It’s a huge increase to what our societies are able to access, and I'm really excited about what happens next.

 
Win: Here's where you can find the new desk spaces

City Students’ Union has been working with City, University of London around the closure of the Graduate Library space that occurred in Sep

 
After you said the Uni made the wrong choice, we stepped in

Zain Ismail, your Vice President, Education, tell us how he managed to reverse some unfair marks that were given out in a couple of modules

 
 

Speak to one of our officers

Find a part-time officer who specialises in the area you'd like to change, or take it to the top and go directly to our Sabbatical Officers. Find their emails, and get writing!

Chat to your School Rep

If there's anything in your school, course, or modules that you'd like to have a say on, our School Reps are the best people to take your issue forward. You can also grab one of our hundreds of Programme Reps during lectures.

Submit a paper to Union Council

Get your change voted on! The Union Council is a group of our elected Officers who meets and votes on the big issues. Contact the Union Council Chair at unioncouncilchair@city.ac.uk

Get a pointer

Talk to the staff in the Students' Union directy. If we don't have the answer, we'll know the right person who does. Pop in and see us on Level 1, Tait, Northampton Square.