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Get Involved

Get Involved is a great way to check out great ways to get involved on and off campus. This page offers an activities programme run by your Students’ Union offering opportunities to try new experiences, learn new skills, and meet new people. Whatever your interests are, we’ve got something for you! Check out all our…

Privacy Notice – Activity Zone

What information do we collect from you? USSU’s Activity Zone holds and processes personal data about: Alumni – information based on previous membership of clubs and societies; Surrey Sports Park (SSP) – Team Surrey information for management of clubs – signatory names, email addresses; Signatory agreements – document signatory agreement; Annual ball/event information – nominations…

Privacy Notice – Voice Zone

What information do we collect from you? USSU’s Voice Zone holds and processes personal data about: Elections; Candidate training attendance; Results of elections (nominee and winners names results); Nominees and supporters Course Rep details (name, level, course, contact details, attendance); Annual Members Meeting (AMM) (Details collected: candidate details – name, URN, E-mail address, telephone number.)…

The Liberation Network

At the Students’ Union, the Liberation Network is there to ensure that every year, we’re hearing the experiences of different sections of our student community and make sure that everyone is represented here at Surrey. Whether you’re a non-UK student, LGBT+ student, disabled student, or person of colour, the Network will hold meetings where you…

Work with us

Working for the Students’ Union is a rewarding and career-enhancing experience. and will help your future employability with transferrable skills.   We offer roles in finance, administration & bar work, with full training and hours that work around your studies. There are also opportunities in some areas for progression – including supervisory and management roles which you can work towards during your time…

Campaign Resources

Whether you’re new to campaigning or not, we’ve put together some helpful worksheets and campaign materials to help you learn anything you may need about running a successful campaign. First steps Looking for an introduction? Check out the VP Voice’s ‘Creating your Campaign’ guide for all the info you need on to how to get…

Campaigns

If you’re as passionate as we are about creating the changes that students want to see at Surrey, then getting involved in campaigning could be a great opportunity for you! The Students’ Union can offer a range of financial and administrative support for student-led campaigns, as well as advertising your campaign and helping students sign…

What you can do

Before we finish, here are some of our recommendations to help make activities inclusive for LGBT+ people. If Something’s Wrong, Report It After working closely with the University, we’re proud to have helped launch Report + Support, a free and anonymous way of reporting bullying, harassment, and hate crime. If you or someone you know…

LGBT+ People and Sport

According to the Equality Network, in 2016: 79% of people believe that homophobia is an issue within sports 66% believe that transphoia is an issue within sports 73% believe that homophobia and/or transphobia is a barrier to them taking part in sports 57% would be more likely to participate in sports if it was more…

Gender Transition

For transgender people, the process of forming and affirming the gender identity that they live can take many years and involve a number of different stages. A transgender person may seek medical interventions such as hormone therapy and surgery in order to affirm their gender identity, but their gender identity does not depend on whether they…