UCASU.COM GETS A MAKEOVER

After weeks of work to plan and redevelop ucasu.com, we’re excited to make the changes live for everyone to see! What’s changed? > Whole website is now fully-responsive, giving a much better experience if you’re visiting on a mobile or tablet. > Support pages have been redesigned to make it easier to find what you need. […]

Posted in: Blog, News on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 by


CHIEF EXECUTIVE DEPARTS, INTERIM REPLACEMENT NAMED

On 18 June 2014, Scott Cannie, our Chief Executive since October 2012, handed in his resignation prior to starting a new adventure overseas. In the time since, the Trustee Board have conducted a search and selection process for an Interim Chief Executive and can today announce that Scott Temple-Farmer will take over for the first semester of […]

Posted in: News on Thursday, July 17th, 2014 by


DAVID LEWIS RESIGNS

On Thursday 28th April David Lewis (Maidstone Campus Officer) submitted his notice of resignation and will be leaving us earlier than the original departure date of July 1st. He will be leaving on the 30th May which will mark the end of the Students’ Union role at the soon to-be-closed Oakwood Campus. In a message […]

Posted in: Blog, Maidstone Blog, News on Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 by


A TRIBUTE TO ANDREW WHITE

The news of Andrew’s death has shaken us all – his many friends in first year Animation, the library staff (he was a very regular visitor) and the whole course team. Animation is a close knit course and his year group in particular is like a family. Andrew was seen as a father figure by […]

Posted in: Blog, Farnham Blog, News on Friday, May 16th, 2014 by


SAD NEWS

I am deeply saddened to inform you that first year Farnham Animation student Andrew White has died after being taken ill in the Elaine Thomas Library at UCA Farnham. A number of staff and students provided immediate assistance to Andrew by summoning help and administering first aid prior to the emergency services arriving on the […]

Posted in: Blog, Farnham Blog, News on Friday, May 16th, 2014 by


STONEWALL EQUALITY WALK

Stonewall are hosting their annual Equality Walk in Brighton on Sunday 11th May 2014. Further information on this event can be found on the link below http://equalitywalk.org.uk/ As part of the universities  commitment to equality and continued support to Stonewall, UCA are considering coordinating transport to enable staff and students to take part. In order to […]

Posted in: Blog, Canterbury Blog, Epsom Blog, Farnham Blog, Maidstone Blog, News, Rochester Blog on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 by


JAYNE HORSWILL AT NUS NATIONAL CONFERENCE

NUS National Conference 2014 (8 -10 April) is the sovereign policy making body of the organisation. It sets policy for the year ahead in each of the 5 zones and elects the President, Vice Presidents and Block of 15 representatives on the National Executive Council. National Conference also elects delegates to the NUS Trustee Board and the […]

Posted in: Blog, Canterbury Blog, Epsom Blog, Farnham Blog, Maidstone Blog, News, Rochester Blog on Monday, April 7th, 2014 by


COMMUNITY BOOK EXCHANGE AND WORLD BOOK NIGHT EVENT – THURSDAY 1ST MAY, LOWER BAR

  This year Library and Student Services – Rochester will be getting involved with World Book Night 2014, see the books that we have been awarded below and follow the link for more information about the books:http://community.ucreative.ac.uk/wbn2014. We intend to combine our passion for books whilst raising funds for the students’ end of year shows!   Library and […]

Posted in: Blog, News, Rochester Blog on Friday, April 4th, 2014 by


POSTPONEMENT OF STUDENT EXPERIENCE CONFERENCE

As you may know, this event had been scheduled to take place on 27th March at Coin Street, London. Due to unavoidable circumstances, the sign up from student delegates has not reached the targets for staging a meaningful student focused event. Given the busy time of year we are now in, with much focus on […]

Posted in: Blog, Canterbury Blog, Epsom Blog, Farnham Blog, Maidstone Blog, News, Rochester Blog on Friday, March 21st, 2014 by