This week, you will have the opportunity to pick our new logo as part of our Tap. Choose. Change. campaign.
Three different designs are available for you to choose from.
How to choose your preferred logo?
To select your favourite logo out of the three designs, all you need is your student ID. Bring your student ID in person at one of the Union’s polling stations across campus all week, or go online at www.unionsouthampton.org/tcc
You’ve got until Friday 12 May, 16:00, to make a choice!… Read the rest
Following the All Student Vote in October where you voted to keep the Union Southampton branding with the SUSU name and the recent ideas survey, we have been busy working on the logo redesign based on your feedback. Many of you said that you would like to see more colour on the building signage and a few of you expressed concerns about the cost of the rebrand previously. Therefore, we have been working with our Graphic Designers to come up with a series of logo designs in-house which you will be able to … Read the rest
Our annual Academic Awards ceremony returns on Thursday 11 May to The Cube, where we will be donning our best finery in preparation to celebrate the academic achievements of University staff and our Academic Reps.
Who do you think deserves an award?
If you have been inspired by a lecturer or perhaps one of our Academic Reps has gone above and beyond to represent you on your course – we want to hear from you!
You can now nominate the people that you think deserves to be recognised for their contribution to academia before midnight on Wednesday 15 March at: … Read the rest
Project Crowdfund is an initiative to allow you to get the funding you need to get your social enterprise idea off the ground, organised in association with Office of Development and Alumni Relations (ODAR). We have received some ingenius submissions from you already, which are all worthy of investment.
Here are your ideas:
Ignite run creative therapy and educational sessions with the purpose of empowering women from troubled backgrounds, giving them the support they need to get jobs or even start a business.
Campus Collective will run a university vegetable garden to … Read the rest