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Election Results

Thu 21 May 2020

Find out who has been elected as Chair and Deputy Chair for Student Council, as well as for the Undergraduate Science, Engineering and Medicine Faculty Rep positions.Read more

 
Term 2 Impact Report

Wed 13 May 2020

We did some amazing things together in Term 2, including charity fundraising, winning Varsity and electing your new SU Officers. Check out the T2 Impact Report for more of our highlights...Read more

 
Student Safety Net

Thu 07 May 2020

Warwick SU is supporting the NUS Student Safety Net campaign; pushing for all students to have access to a national hardship fund, and for those leaving education to be supported by a grant.Read more

 
Spot The Signs

Mon 04 May 2020

[CN: Suicide] In these times of isolation, it's even more important that we help one another spot the signs that someone might be thinking about suicide, and start conversations to break the silence.Read more

 
Let the Pressure Drop...

Thu 23 Apr 2020

Revision resources, advice on studying at home, tips to manage exam stress, and much more. Check out our Pressure Drop page, with everything you need to make it through exam season.Read more

 
Your SU is here to support you

Wed 22 Apr 2020

In what is obviously a worrying and uncertain time, it is more important than ever that students take active steps to look after their well-being.Read more

 
 
Archives
Statement calling for sanitary bins in all toilets

Thu 14 May 2020

If some men menstruate too, why are there no sanitary bins in men’s toilets? This question was at the heart of a paper presented recently to the University’s Social Inclusion Committee by student officers.Read more

 
Red cord cards installed in SU accessible toilets

Mon 03 Feb 2020

Emergency red cords installed in accessible toilets across the university campus allow users to call for assistance if they fall or are otherwise in need of help. To work effectively these red cords need to hang freely all the way to the floor. Unfortunately, they sometimes get tied up or looped around fixtures within the facilities, which ultimatelRead more

 
Let’s Talk sex, relationships and consent…

Mon 13 Jan 2020

Have you ever wanted to find out something about sex or intimacy, but weren’t sure who you could ask? The Let’s Talk project brings together students from across Warwick to answer students’ questions about sex, relationships and consent.Read more

 
Spaces available on the Active Bystander Intervention Programme

Mon 16 Dec 2019

Sexual violence and harassment are widespread problems that exist across society, and university campuses are no exception to that, including Warwick. That’s why we’ve worked together with the university to offer the Active Bystander Intervention programme, free to current Warwick students in term 2.Read more

 
Hidden Histories seeking staff and student contributors

Sun 15 Dec 2019

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The SU’s Hidden Histories alternative lecture series seeks to explore often-erased stories of oppression and resistance. It gives a platform to academic narratives and discourses which are often neglected or even deliberately erased from mainstream curricula, and opens these discussions up for students from any and all disciplines to access anRead more

 
 
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Warwick SU news

Election Results

Find out who has been elected as Chair and Deputy Chair for Student Council, as well as for the Undergraduate Science, Engineering and Medicine Faculty Rep positions.

 
Term 2 Impact Report

We did some amazing things together in Term 2, including charity fundraising, winning Varsity and electing your new SU Officers. Check out the T2 Impact Report for more of our highlights...

 
Student Safety Net

Warwick SU is supporting the NUS Student Safety Net campaign; pushing for all students to have access to a national hardship fund, and for those leaving education to be supported by a grant.

 
Spot The Signs

[CN: Suicide]
In these times of isolation, it's even more important that we help one another spot the signs that someone might be thinking about suicide, and start conversations to break the silence.

 
Let the Pressure Drop...

Revision resources, advice on studying at home, tips to manage exam stress, and much more. Check out our Pressure Drop page, with everything you need to make it through exam season.

 
Your SU is here to support you

In what is obviously a worrying and uncertain time, it is more important than ever that students take active steps to look after their well-being.

 
Covid19 - SU and campus facility info

In line with Government advice, SUHQ will be closed until further notice. However, SU staff are working from home and endeavouring to keep services running as smoothly as possible in the meantime!

 
Off-campus rental agreement info

Click through to read the latest blog post from SU Welfare and Campaigns Officer Tiana Holgate on the current situation regarding Term 3 rental payments.

 
Library service updates

Although the Library buildings are currently closed, your Academic Support Librarians are busy working from home to support you.