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:

UCA Students' Union Campus Officers

Blogs

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS

Just to let you know I will be away from Monday 15th December until 5th January 2015. I will be in the office for a short period tomorrow for Open Day, but will have limited access to emails. For any urgent equerries please contact Jasmin at JGrimshaw.su@ucreative.ac.uk or call 01634 88 8704.   Happy Holidays […]


Posted in: Blog, Canterbury Blog on Friday, December 12th, 2014 by

10 CHEAP AND CHEERFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENT IDEAS FOR £2 OR LESS!!

So its getting close to that time of year again. Many of you might be panicking about what to give your friends and family for Christmas and how you can afford it on a Student Loan. Well don’t you worry, the Students’ Union has it covered with a selection 10 great ideas to make on […]


Posted in: Blog, Canterbury Blog on Monday, December 1st, 2014 by

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN CREATIVITY AT UNIVERSITY & THE INDUSTRY

Employability in the Creative sector might seem to be a bit daunting at times in today’s world. However, without creativity and fresh ideas, it is almost hard to imagine how the business world or an economy would continue growing. I mean if things like fashion, products, graphics, media, technology, interior design and so on did […]


Posted in: Blog on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 by

EDDIE IZZARD SUPPORTING DRIVE FOR LITERACY #YOUKNOWADYSLEXIC

The Driver Youth Trust have started a campaign to raise awareness of Dyslexia, with support of the comedian Eddie Izzard. The Drive for Literacy Campaign launched on the 5th November is a practical resource site for teachers, parents and dyslexics that shows how small changes can make a big difference. http://driveryouthtrust.com/index.php/drive-for-literacy/ Many students can go through school […]


Posted in: Blog, Canterbury Blog on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 by

CAFE OPEN ON SATURDAY

From tomorrow the sub stop will be open 11am till 2pm for those of you who are working in the library. This is going to be trailed over the coming weeks to see how much use it gets if there is not enough students using this service on a Saturdays it will not continue.


Posted in: News, Rochester Blog on Friday, October 17th, 2014 by


Campus Officers

Rochester - Jasmin Grimshaw
Farnham - Joel Goldman
Epsom - Dodi Kazma
Canterbury - Lucy Davis