The impact of social distancing and home working measures on our student staff.
The latest update from your SU President.
Ready to use your voice and make a big difference to student life? It’s time to nominate yourself for our spring elections!
A message from James, your SU President.
As the University moves to online teaching and many of you work away from campus, Nottingham City Transport (NCT) have decided to make some changes to their bus timetables.
On Monday 16 March the Government issued advice regarding the coronavirus pandemic. The wellbeing and safety of you - our members - and our staff is our highest priority, and as such we are making the following changes to our services and activities.
In light of the recent escalation of the coronavirus pandemic, and following consultation with the Elections Committee, your SU have made the difficult decision to postpone campaigning and voting for the Student Leader Elections.
The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, in conjunction with their Students’ Unions, have reluctantly agreed to cancel the 2020 Notts Varsity series.
Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has confirmed that the student fare of £1.70 will not increase in its forthcoming fare review. Find out more.
An Extraordinary Scrutiny Panel was held on Thursday 5 March. Read this statement from the Panel.
At their meeting of the 27 February 2020, the Students’ Union Board of Trustees considered the outcomes of the Democratic Procedures Committee meeting held on the 20 February 2020, following the results of the Referendum for a new democratic model, on 19 February.
Thanks to everyone who has been involved in the Democratic Review so far. Our next steps involve us getting in touch with you, the voters, to find out why you voted no, voted yes, abstained, or didn’t vote at all.
Now’s your chance to make big changes in your SU. Be a leader, not a follower, and put yourself forward for the Student Leader Elections. Nominations are now open!
More information about the Union Council (Democratic Procedures Committee) meeting held on Thursday 20 February.
Here are the results for the recent Democratic Review referendum.
On Monday 3 February, the University and College Union (UCU) announced 14 days of strikes beginning Thursday 20 February 2020 until Friday 13 March 2020. Find out how this affects you.
Today’s the day – Notts Varsity tickets are on sale! Buy your tickets and get ready to cheer on green and gold as UoN take on NTU in the biggest showdown in sport.
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.
On Thursday 7 November, the Union Council passed Policy making the Union’s position on the global climate situation very clear.
Your Students’ Union is launching a Democratic Review. Find what it's about, why we're doing it and how you can get involved.
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.
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.
As a result of the current guidance from the UK government and understanding that the majority of the Union’s members have left Nottingham, the Students’ Union has taken the decision to cancel all events up to and including Sunday 21 June 2020.
As a result of the current guidance on social distancing and the need to protect the Union from the financial impact of a late cancellation, we’ve reluctantly decided to postpone the 2020 Graduation Ball.
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...