Gaebriel will be leaving their position as UCASU President Surrey on 27 May 2022.
Lucy Twilley, Advice & Wellbeing Coordinator here at UCASU has pulled together some tips and advice for managing your workload and taking care of yourself during this time of year.
On Earth Day 2022, UCASU releases this statement regarding the ongoing climate crisis. Read on to learn more.
UCA Students have decided their Students' Union Officer team for 2022/23. Read on to find out the winners and also for the NUS Referendum result.
UCASU release this statement regarding the UCU Industrial Action at UCA. Read on to learn more about the strikes and how to get involved.
University Mental Health day is on Thursday 3 March 2022! Lucy Twilley, UCASU's Advice & Wellbeing Coordinator is here to outline what challenging mental health can look like, and how to support yourself or others in need.
UCASU release this statement regarding the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. We want to encourage our student community to reach out to your local MPs and lobby the UK government. Read on to learn more about the support available to those impacted.
Allowing someone else to use your bank account could land you in prison. Do you know what to look out for and how to stay safe against this type of crime?
During the UCASU Elections 2022, we will be holding a referendum on whether the Students’ Union continues to affiliate with the National Union of Students. Will you join the "Yes" or "No" campaign?
The UCASU Elections are about to begin...
Do you know what roles you can nominate yourself for? What do the elected Presidents and Part-Time Officers do for YOU? Read on to find out more.
At UCASU, we want to make sure you are supported in as many ways as possible throughout your studies. Read on to find out if you could be eligible for additional financial support.
The UCASU Elections are fast approaching.
What are Elections? What do Elections mean for you? Where can you find more information? What are the dates this year? Your questions are answered here!
UCA Students’ Union Council would like to share this statement with you, after recent events surrounding the death of Sarah Everard and police violence at peaceful protests. We strongly believe that no voice should go unheard and would like to remind you that while the police and government may try to silence our voices - the Union Council is here to listen to and amplify the voices of UCA students.