Tomm’s Top Ten Tips For Saving Money

, September 21, 2017

Being a student can be tough, whether it’s balancing work and free time, or finding cool things to do in your new home town, money shouldn’t get in the way of your Uni experience. So now as your Student Loan is coming in I’d like to help you make it last with some tips I’ve […]

12 Things You Need To Know About Being a Student In Farnham

, August 8, 2017

By Tomm Morton, UCASU President Oh, hey there. Before you arrive at UCA Farnham, there’s a few things you should know to get the best out of your time in this odd but totally unique town. Here’s my top tips list after living here for 3 years. 1. Check out our buskers Most towns have […]


, June 13, 2017

Do you want to make new friends? Develop your skills and take part in fun outdoor activities? Meet new people from other campuses? Then register now for our free SU Residential on 6-7 SEPT and take the first step to explore what it means to be a Union volunteer! It will be an amazing chance for […]


, June 6, 2017

BY SIMONE ZIEL (FARNHAM CAMPUS EXECUTIVE OFFICER, BAME GROUP LEADER, AND STUDENT GOVERNOR-ELECT)   This year the Students’ Union introduced the four liberation groups. Decided in a referendum last year, the SU decided to abolish the regular ‘officers’ structure that most universities have (BME officer, women’s officer, etc.) and were replaced with liberation groups – […]


, May 26, 2017

This year UCASU along with the hard work of UCA students started four liberation groups on each campus. Students have stepped up to organise events like the Farnham BAME debates and run campaigns like the disabled students’ disability awareness badges, which you might have spotted around campus. LGBTQ+ students on all four campuses set up […]

Clubs and Societies Election Results

, May 19, 2017

These elections have been run freely and fairly by UCASU as deemed by The Returning Officer: Katie Badman (UCASU). Results are announced in alphabetical order for each campus. All vacant positions will be able to be filled in the September round of elections, however if you wish to take over a society or club in the […]


, May 17, 2017

By Riley Clowes (Vice-President Kent-elect) IDAHOBIT is the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia. The theme of this year’s IDAHOBIT is ‘families’.  The great RuPaul once said ” We as gay people, get to choose our families” and she truly was spot on. As an activist for the LGBTQ+ community I have seen many […]


, May 15, 2017

By Katy Garnham   Agender: Gender neutral, without gender, genderless. Being agender is a struggle at times, as many people are not aware that agender people exist. I came out when I was very little – around 6 or 7 – though I wasn’t aware of it at the time. The conversation went something like […]


, April 28, 2017

BY BETH ASHLEY   I was invited by the women’s charity Refuge to speak at Avon’s International Women’s Day event in London, which I attended in March. I was part of a panel of researchers (myself providing a personal approach to the issue) with amazing people like the Refuge and Avon CEOs, and MP Jess […]


, April 19, 2017

We would like to invite all students, staff, alumni and Weydon School members to an evening of basketball with fun mini games of wheelchair and running basketball. This is a FREE event supported by the Woking Blackhawks Basketball Club and Weydon School and will take place on Wednesday 26th April from 6-9:30pm at Weydon School […]