Today we’re launching our partnership with Marks Out Of Tenancy, a website that allows you to search, review and rate letting agents and landlords.
First have it checked by a Welfare Adviser at your Students' Union.
You may be in the midst of exams, but here’s something to look forward to: there’s just one week to go before Refreshers gets underway! Here's a sneak peek of what's coming up...
Have your assessments been affected by an unforeseen circumstance?
The Students' Union Education Advisers are here to help!
Happy New Year and welcome back! Find out what's coming up this term...
Exams may be looming as January approaches, but there’s light at the end of the revision tunnel – Refreshers! It runs from Monday 27 - Friday 31 January, so save the date.
Your SU’s commercial outlets have different opening hours during the Christmas break. Take a look at when you can pop into your favourite shops, cafés and services.
On Thursday 7 November, the Union Council passed Policy making the Union’s position on the global climate situation very clear.
The votes have been counted and the results are official. So say hello to your new representatives!
Your Students’ Union has launched a Democratic Review. Find what it's about, why we're doing it and how you can get involved.
On Thursday 10 October, we held our first ever Extraordinary Union Council. Find out what we discussed and what the outcome was.
Your SU is home to more than 200 societies and over 70 sports clubs, so if you're looking for a new hobby, you’ve come to the right place. Find out how to get involved.
Your Students’ Union is launching a Democratic Review. Find what it's about, why we're doing it and how you can get involved.
Portland Printing Co. is going green and it’s offering you the chance to offset the CO2 in your printing. Find out how.
You’ve seen them around campus, spotted their campaigns and said hello to them. But who are your SU Officers? Find out here...
Looking for something fun to do on Wednesdays? Want to try fresh, locally grown food? Do you love a bargain? Then come along to Sutton Bonington Farmers’ Market!
We’re excited to announce that University of Nottingham Students’ Union will pay the Living Wage for all student staff from this November 2019 and seek accreditation to become a Living Wage Employer by The Living Wage Foundation.
Your SU has officially been granted ‘Good’ status in the NUS Green Impact Student Group Scheme for 2018. Read on to find out more.
The University of Nottingham has recently been made aware of scam phone calls that are targeting international students. Find out how to avoid becoming a victim of a scam, and what to do if you are targeted.
Following understandable interest from members, the Students’ Union and its elected Officers wish to clarify the situation regarding the affiliation of Nottingham Students for Life and the position of the elected officers with regard to the society’s views.
Following an internal review relating to the affiliation of societies, gaps were found in our procedures and processes and we are taking immediate action to resolve and improve these.
Calling all international and EU students! Applications for Global Buddies are now open. Find out more.
Yesterday saw 77 winners at the 2018/19 Education Network Awards hosted in The Studio and Studio Live to recognise the 600+ academic representatives here at UoNSU.
An update on our recent Suicide Awareness campaign from your Equal Opportunities and Welfare Officer.
As with other Students’ Unions, the University of Nottingham Students’ Union is being asked by its members to take a more proactive role in the promotion of safer drug use, and the 435th Union Council, held on Thursday 8 November 2018, passed a policy on drug safety and harm reduction.
Some of you may have been having issues logging into the SU website over the last few days, but we're working hard to resolve the problem.
Tomorrow is Holocaust Memorial Day. We mark this day as an annual reminder of the horrors of the Holocaust and mass genocide during the Second World War, and the millions impacted since through the atrocities in Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda and Sudan.
The Cascade fund was set up by the University of Nottingham to support students looking to make a positive impact on your student experience, and in local, national, or international communities.
Find out who'll be on the Postgraduate Network Committee this year.
Click here to find out what’s on the app and how you can download it.
Following an NUS quality audit on Tuesday 20 June, we've improved!
The SU Prizes and Awards event took place on Thursday 22 June, continue reading to find out who won.
The Education Network Awards took place on Wednesday 14 June, in the Studio, Portland Building, celebrating the students who have excelled throughout this year in the Education Network.
On Friday 19 May University of Nottingham Students’ Union hosted the second annual National Societies Awards here in Nottingham. Read on to find out who won on the night.
Your Students’ Union is constantly changing based on your feedback, of what you want to see and what you would like to happen differently.
Find out the winners of the Paint the Town competition!
Is your deposit protected?
We recently hosted two referenda brought forward by students. You can find the results here.
Friday 17 March saw the latest round of elections close. Here you'll find your new Education Reps.
Portland Hill will be closed for redevelopment from 27 March. Find out what that means here.
On February 20-26th National Student Volunteering Week took over your Students’ Union Volunteering Centre. Did you take part? Were you inspired to take on volunteering opportunities yourself?
It is with great pleasure I would like to announce that the Students’ Union has divested its investment portfolio away from Fossil Fuels.
In 2013, following years of discussion, the Officer team wanted to show senior University staff that a good Students’ Union building would enable students to have a better time at University, and that it would benefit the campus overall. Find out what happens next.
Important information regarding the future of the 7 Legged event.
Find out who your new School Education Reps are here...