Ravensbourne Students' Union
Ravensbourne Students’ Union (RSU) is here to ensure that students have the best academic and social experience at Ravensbourne.
The union is the voice of students at Ravensbourne and in the local area, representing them on all matters affecting their life and education, additionally promoting general welfare and social, cultural and athletic activities. The union opposes all forms of discrimination, promotes inclusivity and actively supports Ravensbourne’s Equal Opportunities Policy.
The union manages a host of clubs and societies and organises regular events to put fun in student life. Student can expect plenty of events throughout the year both on and off campus, linked to campaigns such as Go Green Week, Fairtrade Fortnight, Children in Need, Sports Relief and Mental Health Day. The RSU also negotiates discounts and offers with local retailers, with students eligible for discounts at almost all the shops, restaurants and bars at The O2.
The RSU is an eco-friendly union and is dedicated to become environmentally sustainable. It has maintained gold status in the NUS’s Green Impact Awards Scheme since 2013 and received the Excellence Highly Commended Award in 2015.
There are a range of clubs and societies to take part in including the Christian Union, LGBT+ Society, Film Society, Fencing Society, Asian Society, Latin Society, Trust in Dance, Product Design, Beauty Society and many, many more.
The union is run by students, for students and there are many ways to get involved. The RSU always need volunteers to get involved as crew, acts, performers, riggers, promoters and photographers. Moreover, students can get involved with the decision making process of the University by becoming an elected officer (full-time President or part-time Vice Presidents) of the union or student representative. For more information on student life, visit Ravensbourne Students' Union or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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