SU Societies: In short
- We have over [number] of them!
- Check out the A-Z
- They’re free to join
- Great opportunity to try new things, or take part in things you enjoy.
- Not found one you want? Start your own, it’s easy. We had over 30 new societies last year alone!
The longer version
Where to start we have [number] societies, which cover all the activities you can think of (and probably some more too. From the some of our academic societies that help with your course and have their own libraries, as well as providing a social setting for you to meet likeminded friends from your area of study, to Student Media Campaigning societies, Amateur Dramatics, Religious, Community, Political Music and more!
Ultimately it’s about having fun, getting involved, learning skills that will compliment your degree, as well as things that will benefit you for the rest of your life!
Most importantly though, we want you to get involved, that’s why, in working with the University we’ve made it 100% free to join all societies! So come along, take part, have fun!
If there isn’t something here that you want it’s really easy to set your own society up, just get in touch with us at the SU and we’d be happy to guide you through the process, even down to getting some funding to get the idea off the ground!
Society Grants 13/14
As mentioned above all clubs & societies will be free to join, but in order to do that we need to be able to track membership, hopefully the university will have finished our membership database by September, but in the interim we’ll need you to complete a Grant Application which can be done online here.
Want to know more about any of our societies? Browse through their websites and email the society directly with any questions. Any general questions should be sent to the VP Societies & Community.