The College's Student Union engages in a range of activities from hosting social events to representing student views at College forums. As we work with three universities, our Higher Education students are also able to access the union facilities at partner universities. Although services vary at each University union, you are entitled to:
- NUS discounts at high street stores, bars and restaurants with the us of an NUS TOTUM card
- Attend union events such as freshers' fairs, rag weeks and balls
- Join union clubs and societies - union societies include a range of sports clubs, political groups, cultural groups, food and drink groups and at least one Pirate Society. If you don't like what's on offer, you can always set up your own club or society with the union's support
- Access information, advice and guidance services either in person, online or over the phone
- Seek support and representation when dealing with the University or College
Getting involved in the Student Union offers great opportunities for you to:
- Get excellent experience of voluntary work that will look good on your CV
- Join a network of students committed to protecting and promoting your best interests on a national scale (NUS)
- Meet new people and experience new things
- Have a real say in the way the College and University are run
To find out more, please visit:
Christ Church Students' Union
Greenwich Students' Union
National Union of Students
Our learners are able to make their views known in a wide range of forums.
Each programme has a student representative who regularly attends meetings with managers and teaching teams to discuss their programme of study. students also take part in College, University and national surveys to assess student satisfaction.
There is also a Learner Voice Forum held each term with the Senior Management team, where you can raise issues and suggestions regarding your courses, College facilities and events. We are also pleased to offer Higher Education student representatives the opportunity to attend our HE conference that is held as part of our dedication to learner voice. Students can also get involved in online forums on the Colleges virtual learning environment, Moodle. Forum posting are responded to by senior managers once a month.
The College provides training for students who wish to become a peer mentor. The programmes is to support students and to promote the ethos of the College. The Student Support team aim to continue to develop both the health and wellbeing and enrichment programmes with HE learners and welcome their suggestions.
Grow Your College - Get Rewards, Opportunities and Work experience
Once you have joined us we would love you to help us spread the word about how great your experience is and help encourage more people to join us next year!
By becoming a GROW Ambassador you will have the opportunity to get involved in activities throughout the year and in return, you'll earn credits which can be traded in for some great rewards like Odeon or Nandos vouchers, tablets, headphones and even driving lessons!
For more information or to apply to be part of the GROW Team contact: