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Student Group Financial Support is Coming!

10 March 2016 » No Comments

We want to introduce an in house financial support system that can function a bit like a bank for Student Groups. This has come from a history of students asking for better financial support, which culminated in a policy that students voted for in 2014 at the Annual General Meeting. Why are we doing this? […]

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Introducing… The New Democratic Structure!

19 February 2016 » 2 Comments

All of this year, we’ve been working on a massive project to change how we make decisions. In my opinion, the very backbone of a Students’ Union is how it enables its students to have their say and make change, which is why its so important that we update our structures to reflect what our […]

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#ICan Nominate myself NOW- Spring Election Nominations are Open!

28 January 2016 » No Comments

Say #ICan and nominate yourself to change things for the better. You have until the 11th February at 12pm to nominate yourself for a range of full-time or part-time position. All you have to do is go to susu.org/IWill and apply, along with some key points about what you will change if elected, and a manifesto. […]

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What do we actually do all day?

20 January 2016 » No Comments

When I talk about my job to my friends, or try to explain it to a stranger, I’m often met with disinterested looks, or blank faces as people think: what the hell does that mean? Well let me tell you, this is a blooming fantastic job, and completely unique in the opportunities it presents to […]

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Christmas- A Year in Creative Industries

18 December 2015 » No Comments

Wow, what a year! We have over 70 brilliant and bizarre Creative Industries Societies here at SUSU, and they’ve all been super busy this year basically being awesome. These societies are all run by student volunteers who dedicate so much of their time – alongside their degrees and other responsibilities – to creating fun communities […]

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Union Council Outcomes

10 December 2015 » No Comments

Tuesday 8th December saw the second Union Council of the year! What is Union Council? Union Council is the place to have your say about what SUSU does and how it does it. Council holds your elected officers to account for what they’re up to, and sets the direction for SUSU (through policy). It’s the […]

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What is Union Council and Why Should I Care?

04 December 2015 » No Comments

  What is Union Council? Union Council is the Union’s highest decision making body – meaning it has the power to make some pretty serious changes to your time in Southampton. Union Council approves things like financial expenditure, holds officers to account, and also discusses and votes on policies. What is the point? We are […]

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Funding Round 2 is Now Open

06 November 2015 » No Comments

  Applications will close on the 29th November, so make sure you submit your funding requests before then, by going to http://www.susu.org/groups/admin. And select ‘Apply for funding’.   Whilst we do give as much support as we possibly can to our Student Groups, we do unfortunately have a limited amount of money – meaning it’s […]

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Hartley Library Referendum Results

30 October 2015 » No Comments

The results are in! 5052 of you have voted (that’s over 20% of students – more than any referendum previously), with a 27% no vote and 73% saying yes.  You can find the full results breakdown here. Thanks so much to all of you who voted.  Now the results are in we will support the University with their 24 hour […]

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Union Council 1- The Outcomes

29 October 2015 » No Comments

Monday 19th October saw the first Union Council of the year!   What is Union Council? Union Council is the place to have your say about what SUSU does and how it does it. Council holds your elected officers to account for what they’re up to, and sets the direction for SUSU (through policy). It’s […]

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