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The Students’ Union exists to make the Hallam student experience better. We think it’s really important that students’ opinions are listened to: at the University, in the local community, and within the Union’s own decision-making.

Students Union - Get Involved!

Register your interest in being involved in your Student's Union! Whether you want to be part of a community, campaign for change, or become a student leader - this is a space for you. Register below to recieve more information about the roles and spaces that will be available in our upcoming round of Autumn elections. 

Your answers will be used to help us send you details about roles and opportunities that may be of relevance to your interests. All data will be stored securely and removed from our system at the end of 2021. 

 

Getting Involved in your Students' Union

Sheffield Hallam Students' Union is powered by students - and if there's an issue that matters to you, then there's a place for you at the SU. If you're passionate about improving society, the University, or the Students' Union itself, then the Students' Union can empower you to do that. Whether you're a committed activist, or would just like to find like-minded people, you're welcome to join in. 

Use the links on the sidebar to have a look through the groups you can get involved with, or keep reading for some of our other opportunities!


Shaping decisions through democracy and campaigning 

The Students' Union is independent of the University, and we work to champion students' rights and give them the best university experience possible. Getting involved in our democratic processes can help you to make the changes you want to see on campus and beyond. 

Find out more here!


Dedicated Academic Representation at every level

Other students volunteer to be Representatives for their course or department, helping to ensure that your academic experience meets your expectations, and encouraging community and dialogue among students and University staff. Any student can be a Course Rep, and you’ll be able to get involved from September - click below to read more.

Find out more here!