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Associations & Hubs
The new Liberation & Diversity Associations have been launched to strengthen the support the SU offers marginalised and underrepresented students and their communities.
In summary, the Disabled Students' Association will:
It will act as an umbrella organisation bringing together organisations and individuals who represent disabled students at the university (see 'Committee' below)
There are two societies representing disabled students at the University: Warwick Enable, and Autism at Warwick. You may also wish to get in touch with the Disabled Students Officer.
There are two types of membership. There is no cost to either membership.
All disabled students are full members of the Association. Choose the 'Association Member' option below to receive communications from the Association.
Members can nominate themselves for (and hold) Association committee positions, as well as to vote in Association elections and on proposed constitutional and policy changes.
Any member of Warwick SU may choose to become a supporter of the Association. Choose the 'Association Supporter' option below to become a supporter and receive communications from the Association.
Supporters are not entitled to nominate themselves for (or hold) Association committee positions, or to vote in Association elections or on proposed constitutional and policy changes.
The committee of the Disabled Students Association consists of the Presidents of Warwick Enable and Autism at Warwick, and the Disabled Students Officer.
There are currently four other Associations you may wish to join:
Current students can subscribe to the Disabled Students Association below.