At university, what you do is up to you. This spirit thrives at Stirling, and key to it is the Students’ Union. They organise and provide everything you could possibly want. They support and help you. They give you the opportunity to get involved. And because they’re your peers, everything they do is run by students for students.
Your Union is the place for your voice, your clubs, your support and your services. It’s an approach that’s won several awards, ranking in the top 10 for having the best clubs and societies (What Uni Award, 2009). This recognises the Students’ Union longstanding commitment to social responsibility and the safety of its members. The Union is also the proud recipient of the Gold Green Impact Award from NUS - this demonstrates the Union's commitment to environmental and ethical practices in its operations.
One great way to get involved is through the Union’s media activities – the campus radio, student newspaper, TV station and website:
Another great way to get involved is through representation. You can become a programme representative to shape your learning or there are elected Union Officer positions that help run the Union and take responsibility for specific areas or campaigns, such as:
Whether it's furthering your interest in an existing passion, or trying something totally new, the Students' Union's clubs and societies will help make your time at Stirling happy and fulfilling.