Campus Officers

The Union’s Campus Officers are elected from the UCA student body to represent views and opinions on their campus, with the goal of making things better.

 

Campus Officers have a hand in almost every aspect of the Union, but are your specific contacts if you need guidance through a difficult situation at uni, or want help trying to change things for the better. If they can’t help, they’ll definitely know who can, so it’s always worth coming to the Union before anywhere else.

These pages offer a bit more detail about the Officer from your campus, so choose a location above and find out who they are and how to contact them.

If you’re looking for staff contacts on your campus, details can be found on our Campuses contact page.

Contact

If you need to contact the Union about anything at all, use the info here:

telephone: 01252 89 29 09

email: union@ucreative.ac.uk

Skype me: My status

UCASU’s tweets:

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Blogs

THE EXCHANGE

The number of emails we get sent from outside the university has blown up in the last few months, and we’ve never really had the platform to do anything with them. The thing is, there are loads of things we think UCA students could be really interested in. So to keep everything neat and orderly without […]


Posted in: Blog, Exchange on Thursday, July 17th, 2014 by

‘JUST A CARD’ CAMPAIGN

  The ‘Just A Card’ campaign was started by print and card-maker Sarah Hamilton, who wanted to put an end to customers feeling guilty about making small purchases from independent sellers.  She found that customers would often leave independent shops empty-handed rather than buy a small item as they felt that a small purchase might […]


Posted in: Exchange on Tuesday, April 26th, 2016 by

MESSAGE FROM SCARLETT HOOPER

As I’m am sure you are aware but I lost my candidacy as your campus officer. I wish the best of luck to your new campus officer, Tasmin Brindley, when she starts on July 1. I have now accepted a job at a different Students’ Union which I’m really looking forward to starting. To prepare […]


Posted in: Blog, Rochester Blog on Friday, April 22nd, 2016 by

A QUICK GUIDE TO DBS CHECKS

When starting a new job – paid or voluntary – you may be asked to have a DBS check.  DBS stands for Disclosure and Barring Service and the check makes your criminal record – or lack thereof – available to your employer.  Don’t panic if you’re asked to do one – they’re a normal request […]


Posted in: Exchange on Monday, April 18th, 2016 by

CAFE/BAR STAFF REQUIRED

CAFE / BAR STAFF REQUIRED for event – The Kent Craft and Design Show  30th April to 2nd May 2016 Some work available on the set up day 29th April Event catering company requires staff to work in a Café/Bar marquee at The Craft and Design Show At Penshurst Place, Penshurst TN11 8DG All levels […]


Posted in: Exchange, Jobs on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016 by

CREATIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR BOOKWORMS

Did you know Rochester has its own Literature Festival?  The team organise events all around the year as well as the main festival which takes place in the autumn.  They recently got in touch with some volunteering opportunities that may interest you… Dickens Festival: 3-5 June 2016 If you’ve been in Rochester for one of […]


Posted in: Blog, Exchange on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016 by


Campus Officers

Rochester - Scarlett Hooper
Farnham - Charlotte Lawrence
Epsom - Silviu Doroftei
Canterbury - Ellie Webb