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Let’s celebrate your unsung heroes – closing date is Wednesday, April 17

SU Awards poster

Our annual SU awards scheme nominations are well under way and time is running out to nominate – with the chance to put your nominees forward ending a week on Wednesday. There are 20 categories spanning student life and this is your chance to help highlight those you feel deserve the spotlight.

If you have started the nomination process, now is the time to complete it – you can return to the website and add the outstanding details, with midnight on the 17th being your very last chance.

Whether you have a lecturer, society, or placement you want to single out for recognition, a student staff member who deserves praise or a wonderful SU rep to pay tribute to, we want to hear from you.

Here’s the link you need:


Managing stress workshop from the Wolves Foundation: Tuesday 9 April, 10am to midday

The Wolves Foundation are coming to the SU at City Campus on Tuesday 9 April, to run a free workshop about how to manage stress at university.

Learn how to notice the signs and symptoms of your stress and healthy ways to look after your wellbeing.

Free hot drinks will be available for anyone attending. It’s happening in Deli Moon, Ambika Paul Building, opposite the Harrison library.


FREE Community Chefs cookery workshop, Monday 15 April, 12 noon and 2.30pm 

We are delighted to welcome back the wonderful Community Chefs whose magic touch often brings great dishes and demos to our Luna Lounge.

Prepare your own scrumptious meals with our free expert cookery workshops in a session either at 12 noon or 2.30pm on Monday 15 April.

Make your own one-pot meal and take your tasty food home with you.

Bring your friends and join our sessions with groups of two or four.

Pick up your ingredients for free and learn from our experts.

Places are limited so get in quick!

Email to book your place – let us know how many people are in your group and which session (midday or 2.30pm) you want to join. It’s happening at Luna Lounge, City Campus, in the Ambika Paul Building, opposite Harrison Library.


Get support from your Students' Union 

The Students’ Union advice centre can advise on issues including wellbeing, academic, housing and signposting financial support. 

Access the advice centre online.

  • Visit in person at Ambika Paul building, City Campus, opposite Harrison Library: opening hours are 9am-4.30pm Monday to Friday.
  • You can also contact by telephone, 9am - 4.30pm, Monday to Friday: 01902 322038.

Student voice

Sabbatical officers

sabbatical officers are committed to improving student experience. Contact them for matters arising in their area of responsibility:

School and Course Reps

The network of School, Course and Liberation reps are here to help you navigate issues arising in student life. They gather feedback from students to pass on to their departments as well as holding regular drop-in sessions.

Email or  to find out more or be put in touch with the right member of our team.

Follow the SU on Instagram at @wolvessu and Facebook at for more updates about facilities and events.


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