Societies and volunteering are great ways for you to make friends and meet new people. They can also help you gain experience and develop some of the skills that you learn from your uni course

Societies

Societies and volunteering are great ways for you to make friends and meet new people. They can also help you gain experience and develop some of the skills that you learn from your uni course

Student Societies & Volunteering

  • We have a wide variety of societies you can get involved in. These are founded on shared interests, uni courses, cultures, faiths, representation groups…
  • If you don't see one for you, why not set up your own society? All you need to get started is 3 student members!
  • On our volunteering opportunities page you can find out what else you can do during your time at university. Why not join the Students’ Union Volunteering Team or get involved in the local community?

 

2022/23 Students' Union Volunteering Team

Join our Volunteering Team to help make students feel welcomed and settled into their life at university this year!

 

1 - Find and Join Societies

2 - Start a New Society

3 - Societies Handbook

4 - Resources and Bookings for your Society

5 - Societies Council

6 - Benefits and Awards

7 - Supporting Societies: Academic Staff Guide

8 - Volunteering Opportunities

 

Contacts

For help getting involved with societies and the Students’ Union, or with student representation, contact:

Ovoke Adams Adamatie, Vice President Student Development

unionvpsd@uws.ac.uk

0141 849 4160   

 

For help with running your society, setting up a new society or external volunteering roles, please contact:

Photo of Jamie McDowall

Jamie McDowall, Student Opportunities Coordinator

Jamie.mcdowall@uws.ac.uk

07737237111

 

 

 

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