Charity and social events

The Students' Union organises a variety of events during the year - from the Freshers’ Party in September/October to a Christmas Charity Event in December - and the Equality and Community Day and Leavers’ Ball, both usually held in June.

The SU plays a huge role in making the College a ‘supportive and caring community’ by getting students together, to have some fun and help raise funds for a range of worthwhile charities (including local, national and international causes).

A typical year in the Students’ Union:

September

Freshers' Party

Usually a themed event in the Refectory / Atrium
October         

Black History Month

 
November
Operation Christmas ChildTutor groups make up shoe boxes of goodies
December

World Aids Day

 

Christmas Charity Event

Live music, dance performances and competitions in the Refectory / Atrium
February 

LGBTQ Month

 

Valentine's Charity Event

 
March  

International Women’s Month

 

Comic Relief/Sport Relief

 
May

Leavers’ Day

 
June
Equality and Community DayStudents learn about a topical subject. Live music and barbecue

Leavers’ Ball

 

 

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