UCA Students' Union (UCASU)
UCA's Students' Union is set up to represent the student body on any aspect of academic, welfare or social issues that may arise.
Each campus has a full-time sabbatical officer who ensures the student voice is always heard. With the other officers and SU team, this officer offers help and support throughout your time at UCA. From the moment you arrive you are part of the community and you'll find it hard not to join in. The student bar provides the focus to many activities. Even if you decide to opt out of membership of the SU (see Code of Practice for more details) you can still take part in everything - freshers' events, comedy nights, live music, fundraisers, film nights and quizzes. Christmas, Summer and Graduation Balls are always a big hit too.
The University has published a code of practice setting out how it ensures that the Students' Union operates in a fair and democratic manner and is accountable for its finances.
Clubs and societies
Joining a club or society gives you the opportunity to gain new skills, enhance your social life and to meet like-minded people. Clubs and societies include:
- Animate society
- Kick boxing
- Christian Unions
- Break dancing
- Circus skills
- Hip hop fusion and more...
You can also set up your own club to reflect your own interests. Go to the UCA Students' Union website for more information.
Sports facilities can be found at local sports centres and gyms close to UCA campuses, some of which offer a generous student discount for those keen on a regular workout.