CUSU is the voice of Cambridge students in the central university and beyond!
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Wondering what we've been up to this year? Check out our CUSU Impact reports!
CUSU Student Award Winners!
Congratulations to Suyin Calmin-Pui, Kings College Living Wage Campaign, George Morris, Ele Gower,Christ's JCR and St Catherine's MCR for winning student awards for their great contributions to student life!
Special mentions also went to: Priscilla Mensah, Dan Macmillan, Yasmin Lawal and I,Too, Am Cambridge.
CUSU LGBT+ rep nominated for NUS National Student of the Year!
Congratulations to Sarah Gibson - nominated for NUS National Student of the Year for their awesome campaigning this year!
Campaign against cuts to the Disabled Students' Allowance
The government have announced cuts to the Disabled Students' Allowance, which would see all non-medical support except in the most extreme cases cut. This will have a huge impact on students in Cambridge with disabilities and learning difficulties!
Join in with the campaign against the cuts on the 6th June and following the end of term to make sure that disabled students aren't marginalised!
Results of the CUSU referendum
Student Trustee Applications NOW OPEN!
If you're looking for experience as a Trustee, now is your opportunity to apply for a Student Trustee position with CUSU. Applications will be open for 2 weeks, until Monday 12th May. You can find our info pack here, along with this application form which can either be sent by email to email@example.com or delivered by hand at CUSU reception.
We look forward to reading your application!
CUSU Women's Officer Lauren elected to NUS Women's Committee
NUS Women's Committee coordinates national women's campaigns and makes decisions on NUS policy. Congratulations Lauren!
CUSU Ethical Affairs and Energise Cambridge campaign for better environmental policies in the University.
Congratulations to CUSU Ethical Affairs team, Energise Cambridge and all the students who put together this submission to the University's Environmental Review Committee on making Cambridge a greener place to live and work! Read the full report here!
We Too Are Cambridge!
The CUSU BME (Black and Ethnic Minority) Campaign launched the We Too Are Cambridge photo campaign in order to 'highlight incidences of discrimination and stereotyping that occur within Cambridge University. We hope that this will provoke wider discussion and necessary change.' Check out the full campaign here!
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