Find out the winners of the Paint the Town competition!
Is your deposit protected?
Statement from the University of Nottingham Students’ Union Trustee Board.
How new forms of licensing introduced by Nottingham City Council could make housing better in Nottingham and what we should look out for.
Many of you may not know there is an SU Trustee Board or what it does, so it’s time we shed some light; here goes!
Your new Officer team for 2017/18!
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?
How do you fancy getting to London for just £2?
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.
Nominations are now open for the Student Leader Elections!
Important information regarding the future of the 7 Legged event.
We're delighted to announce that your Students' Union and UoN Sport have partnered with University of Nottingham Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre.
After concerns raised by students through our Advice Centre, your Students’ Union has been lobbying Unipol to resolve a situation with Shields Students Homes.
We’re delighted to share with you as a final Christmas treat, our first University Challenge team of the year!
Just in time for Christmas we can announce the winners of our DPC and PG Sounding Board elections!
Just in time for Christmas we can announce the winners of our NUS Delegate elections!
We can finally show you how your REFRESHED Students’ Union is going to look!
With many of you getting in the festive spirit, it’s super important to remember to look after yourself and others while out and about. Your SU Officers have put together some tips for you!
Our UoN Islamic Society raised an incredible £25,000 for Charity Week. We spoke to Taimia and Seair from the Society about how they did it.
Our newly built David Ross Sports Village played host to the BUCS Table Tennis Individual Championships, with several of our students coming away with medals.
The Portland Hill screen is now live for you to see!
We're opening up a blog for clubs and societies!
Already started looking for next years' accommodation?
Click here to see how the Student Advice Centre can help you if you're experiencing course problems.....
Find out who your new School Education Reps are here...
Click here to find out the new members of your democratic panels...
Click here to find out who won your recent Hall Committee elections...
Please read for a full statement from your Students' Union, addressing recent news regarding the '7 legged' event.
On Monday October 3rd, the new David Ross Sports Village at University Park campus opened its doors to gym-goers for the very first time.
The Daily Bites meal card is now available at even more bars, shops, and cafés! Find out how it's improved here...
Get a sneak peek at exciting changes coming to University Park campus this year
We can now reveal the results of the NUS Referendum.
We'll be working with you to represent your concerns over the year ahead at a local and national level.
On Thursday 23rd June, the UK will vote in a referendum on whether Britain is to leave or remain a member of the European Union. The results of this vote will be instrumental in deciding Britain’s future.
The EU referendum is being held on Thursday 23 June to decide whether Britain should leave or remain in the European Union. To get the chance to vote either way, you’ll need to be registered to vote.