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Meet the team and answer your questions!

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Your Societies Staff


Natalie Streeton/Dan Revill-Crookes
Activities Assistants

(General Enquries)
activitiesadmin@shu.ac.uk
0114 225 4969


Bethany Howden
Activities Officer

uusactivities@shu.ac.uk
0114 225 2006
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Sue Jones + Helpdesk Assistants
Students' Union Helpdesk

(Room Bookings/Equipment)
sue.jones@shu.ac.uk
0114 225 4111


Elliott Green
Societies Coordinator

(Academic & Vocational/Active & Performance/Interests & Hobbies/Media & Creative)
elliott.green@shu.ac.uk
0114 225 2547


Josh Clough
Activities Co-Ordinator

(Give It A Go/Trips/Events)
j.clough@shu.ac.uk
0114 225 5529


Dan Williams
Student Activities Programme Leader

(Culture & Faith/Political & Campaigning)
daniel.williams@shu.ac.uk
0114 225 2893

 

Your Societies Committee

Societies Committee are student society members themselves and are a key way for your views to be represented to the Students' Union. They approve funding requests, decide on the Top of the Socs winners and provide a forum for SHSU staff to get feedback on potential developments and new ideas.


Molly Stanley
Academic & Vocational Rep

shsusoccom@gmail.com


Claire Sawyers
Active & Performance Rep

shsusoccom@gmail.com


Abdullah Okud/Asim Mahmood
Culture & Faith Rep

shsusoccom@gmail.com


Chris Franklin
Interests & Hobbies Rep

shsusoccom@gmail.com


Holly Oliver/Alana Barratt
Media & Creative Rep

shsusoccom@gmail.com


Felicity Talbot
Political & Campaigning Rep

shsusoccom@gmail.com

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What is a Society? ↓

A Society at SHSU is a group of students that share a similar passion, interest or hobby. Societies provide a chance to meet similar students to you, and take part in the things you love. Joining a Society is also the perfect chance to try something new!

Where can I find a list of all societies? ↓

Visit our full list of Societies and click on any that take your interest where you can see information about them, their contact details, links to their social media and information on joining.

How do I join a Society? ↓

To join a Society, simply login to our website with your SHU login and choose which Society membership you wish to purchase. Click through to the checkout, where you can pay any membership fee and fill in your details. You should then come to the Students’ Union in The HUBS, to collect your membership card. Even if the society doesn't charge a fee, you still need to 'purchase' a membership through the website - you just won't have to pay any money.
If you are not a registered student at Sheffield Hallam University, you can still become an associate member of a society. First contact the society, to check that they can take associate members (they can only have a certain amount), then create an account on this website, and purchase an associate membership from the page of the society you wish to join, following the steps above.

What if I'm unable to collect my membership card? ↓

If you are unable to get to the HUBS to pick up a society membership card, then you can email us a photo and confirm your student number and the societies you have joined, so we can make up the card for you. Email photos to activitiesadmin@shu.ac.uk
If you're based at Collegiate, we can take the card up there and you can pick it up from the Students' Union office in the Heart of the Campus.
If you still can't collect it from Collegiate, then you can arrange for a friend to collect it for you, but please let us know to expect them.

I joined a Society but haven't heard from them ↓

You should contact the Society to find out when they will next be meeting. Each Society should have contact details on their web pages.

I have concerns about how a society is being run ↓

If you have any concerns about one of the Students’ Union Societies, please contact a member of SHSU Staff directly using the above details.

I can't find the right society for me ↓

Why not set up your own Society! All you need is four committee members, an idea of what you want to do, and twelve potential members if you're planning to charge a membership fee. If you have any questions, just contact us on the details above.

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