Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we have made the decision to cancel all of our upcoming large-scale events taking place this Summer term.
This includes AU Ball, WSA Ball, Academic Awards, Society & Volunteering Awards and Grad Ball. We are sorry for any disappointment caused but this is the most suitable course of action at this time.
Those of you who have already bought tickets for WSA Ball and Grad Ball will be refunded automatically (you won’t need to worry about contacting us) in due course.
The following advice has already been given that all … Read the rest
Tags: Academic Awards, AU Ball 2020, clubs and societies, coronavirus, Grad Ball 2020, Society and Volunteering Awards, WSA Ball 2020
Starting from this Saturday 01 February, The Bridge will be open 11.30–17.00 on Saturdays instead of the usual 11.30–23:00. This is to provide a consistent set of operating hours for general use of The Bridge each day.
This will also allow The Bridge to operate additional priority hours for affiliated groups who wish to book the space out for functions and events. Clubs and societies who may have previously missed out on utilising this space will now have an additional day’s opportunity every week to book it.
Want to book The Bridge for your club or society’s event?
Please Contact: … Read the rest
Tags: clubs and societies, events, New Opening Hours, The Bridge
Our affiliated Clubs & Societies have once again been shortlisted in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
Based on the 41,000 student reviews this result not only recognises the very large number of clubs and societies we offer (over 300), but also the commitment and passion of the hundreds of members who run the groups on a daily basis.
Our mission is to unlock the potential and enrich the life of every student at the University. One of the ways we do this is by funding and supporting our affiliated clubs and societies, to ensure that all of our … Read the rest
Tags: clubs and societies, positive, students, year
As the big move to University gets closer, there’s bound to be some things you’re feeling a little nervous about, and that’s okay!
We hope these tips put some of your worries at ease…
I’m not going to make any friends
Remember: There are lots of opportunities to meet new people, some even specifically created to help you make friends.
We have a wide range of Freshers’ events whatever your interests and they can be a great way break the ice. If you want to get a head start, there are loads of Facebook groups you can join to find … Read the rest
Tags: #SotonFreshers, Advice Centre, clubs and societies, Freshers 2018, Freshers', The Advice Centre
Our affiliated Clubs & Societies have been ranked 9th out of 126 in this year’s Whatuni Student Choice Awards (up from 27th last year)
Based on the 30,000+ reviews from current students across the UK, this result not only recognises the very large number of clubs and societies we’ve got affiliated (338 groups), but also the commitment and passion of the hundreds of members who run the groups on a daily basis.
Our mission is to unlock the potential and enrich the life of every student at the University. One of the ways we do this is by funding … Read the rest
Tags: clubs and societies, Union President, WhatUni Student Choice Awards, WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2018