Feeling out of the loop? Jump right in with our round-up of campaigns for you to get involved with this week!
Lecture-free First Week
After having this on our policy books for at least 8 years, this is the final push! If you support a week-long lecture-free ‘Week 0’, then please sign our petition.
Hidden Course Costs
Fed up of paying for printing on top of £9k+ fees? Did you expect textbooks to be provided? If you were studying at Warwick last year, then fill out Education Officer Hope’s survey here.
Black History Month
There’s a great programme of events for this October’s Black History Month! Check out the events and pick one, or two, or three, or four...
Explore Your Home
Don’t let rogue landlords have the last say! Welfare & Campaigns Officer Chloe’s Explore Your Home challenge will lead you through how to protect yourself and your housemates. You also stand the chance of winning week 3 Skool Dayz tickets! You can also download one of our Students are Good Neighbours postcards to introduce yourself to your neighbours! You never know when you might need to be on their good sides...
If you’re planning to run a campaign of your own this year, you might need some extra funds. Keep in mind that the SU Development Exec will be accepting applications for our £3,000 Campaigns Fund! The first round of funding bids closes on Monday week 4.
Not so much a campaign as the vehicle for you to run your own! Check out Democracy & Development Officer Becky’s video about how to stand for one of the positions up for grabs in the Autumn Elections! Don’t forget to check out some more democracy & sustainability at this year’s Be The Change Fair, 10am ‘til 4pm on Friday in the SU Atrium.
Bus Service Feedback
In order to improve things, we need to know the issues you’re facing! Remember to fill out our bus service feedback form every time you have an issue with the buses.
If you have any campaigns actions for week 2, email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!