We're here to help you love your time at Newcastle College!
As well as raising awareness of important issues on behalf of students, the Students' Union (SU) runs a range of initiatives and events, from Fresher's Week to end of year awards nights.
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Why You Should Get Involved
If you want to meet new people, stay connected and have fun, keep an eye out around campus for the latest SU news and events. Most importantly, it's the place to go if you need advice and support, if you have a concern about your course, or an issue you need help dealing with. SU officers can offer advice on issues such as drugs and alcohol, mental health, bullying and abuse, or they can signpost you to the right people if they aren't able to help. If you need help and aren't sure who else you can talk to, the SU is a great place to start. Plus, you can rest assured that the SU is an inclusive safe space, so regardless of your race, religion, ethnic origin, sexuality, age, gender or disability, SU officers will always represent you fairly and without prejudice. Nominations are now open for SU Officers for September 2023, so download your election pack below and get working on your manifesto! Nominations close Thursday 18 May.
Join Our Team
Are you full of exciting event ideas and passionate about making a change? Do you make a great leader? Or do you just want to know who's got your back? SU officers are elected to represent the entire student population and are important allies for students when it comes to issues such as LGBQ+, disabilities, entertainment and welfare. Whether you want to put yourself forward for the job, or just want to have your say, nominations are now open for SU Officers for September 2023. Download your election pack below and get working on your manifesto! Nominations close Thursday 18 May.