Restricted water flow per flush in the toilets.
E-submission would be so much easier for everyone! You would be able to submit from home, not be queueing for a computer to print your work, you wouldn't have to pay for printing.
Every day from 2pm onwards there's a huge queue on the coffee side, there's only ever one person serving and they take the bar staff from the SU to help, meaning there's no one serving in the su. There needs to be 2 people dealing with coffee queue, maybe 1 for coffee and 1 serving everyone else and leave the bar staff free.
Can the computer rooms be open later during term, as you get into your flow of work you have to leave and de-motivates students to carry on with their assignment they are writing.
Is there anyway to have a cashless system using our University ID cards? That we are able to credit and use in the bars/refectories/libraries
The refectory is getting more expensive every year I study here. Bring back the cheap meal deals!!
I can never find anywhere to do group work at Park campus and the refectory is too busy.
What can the SU provide for me as a mature student?
Is there anyway I can find out how busy the libraries are before I travel to Uni to find out there are non available?
Everytime I try to book an appointment with the careers team they are always really busy. As it is so demanding, is there anyway to increase the appointment slots?
The first area to be updated will the Oxstalls refectory, which will be closed on Thursday 29 and Friday 30 August in order for works to be carried out.
The library opens when lectures have started in the morning. It would be great if the library could be open before lectures are due to start
The panel will give young people a voice on climate change issues, and the ability to influence how the county responds.
I enjoyed freshers' week but I felt like I wanted more. Is there anything the SU can do to make it better?
The libraries get very busy around assignment submission time. Wireless printing is the way forward, can we sort this?
I cycle into campus and I would like somewhere to leave my cycle kit and some of my textbooks.
We've teamed up with the host of Craig David at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium to provide you with an end of year event you'll never forget!
Gnominations for this years Gnomies are now open!
Check out your newly elected Officer Team!
Every Can Counts aims to make it easier to recycle your drink cans and make a difference.
The team behind the University of Gloucestershire’s FIRST inter-university eSports event with the University of Worcester on March 4th 2019 is running a 24-hour gaming live stream from the University of Gloucestershire’s TV Studio.
There is a range of accommodation offers and options for the next academic available to students.
Info sessions are running next week at Oxstalls, FCH and Park
The University of Gloucestershire has recently announced that it is undertaking a financial sustainability exercise in reaction to the downturn in the number of student applications to UK Higher Education Institutions over the next 3 years.
Christmas shoppers are invited to take a break from Christmas shopping this weekend when a winter pavilion opens in King’s Square on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December to show popular Christmas films and a variety of crowd-pleasing live music and comedy performances.
The University of Gloucestershire Students’ Union has just been ranked the best overall Freshers’ Fayre in the country!
This Sunday’s Gloucester’s Christmas Lantern Procession will light up the streets of Gloucester city centre. The procession begins at Kimbrose Triangle at 4.30pm, travelling along Southgate Street, Westgate Street and turning onto College Street before arriving at Gloucester Cathedral where a free carol service will take place.
At the 2018 Students’ Union AGM students voted for the SU to work to lobby the University to reduce disposable and single-use plastics on campus.
See the results of the Experience Officer elections
Following feedback from staff and students, a Students’ Union AGM meeting which voted for a reduction in disposable waste and a successful pilot over the summer months, the University has removed disposable cups from its refectories and coffee counters.
We are delighted to announce that the University has agreed to keep all libraries open 24/7!
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Check out this years finalists for the Student-Led Teaching Awards!