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SRUCSA Statement regarding the consultation on closures at Elmwood Campus

SRUC recently announced a consultation to discuss the potential closure of the Golf Course and Student Residences. This news has been met with shock and sadness, especially considering the adverse impact it will have on vulnerable students who rely on these facilities. SRUCSA has been actively advocating for improvements to the residential experience and has engaged in consultations with students residing on campus. The association emphasizes the importance of the ongoing consultation, as it provides students with an opportunity to express their opinions and have their voices heard during the decision-making process. SRUCSA is committed to supporting affected students and encourages them to email their thoughts and experiences to ensure their input is considered by SRUC.

Introducing Your SRUCSA Co-Presidents 2023-24

Following the close of our spring election, we are delighted to introduce your new sabbatical team for 2023-24! From July onwards, your SRUCSA Co-Presidents will be: Jeremiah Chibueze representing the…

SRUCSA Student Sex Work Resources

SRUCSA’s initiative supporting higher education students in the UK engaged in or considering sex work. Access resources, support charities, and specialized training for student well-being and informed decision-making.

SRUCSA Elections: Meet Your Co-President Candidates

Voting in the SRUCSA Co-President elections is now underway! If you haven’t had a chance to cast your vote, there’s still plenty of time to check-in with the candidates. Below,…

SRUCSA Co-President Candidates Announced

We are delighted to announce your candidates in this year’s SRUCSA Co-President election. Voting will be open between Monday 22nd – Friday 26th May. During this time, make sure to…

Nominations for SRUCSA Co-President have been extended!

Nominations for SRUCSA Co-President have now been extended until Thursday 4th May. There’s still plenty of time to put your name forward – you can learn everything you need to…

Why should you run for SRUCSA Co-President 23-24?

It’s an exciting time at SRUCSA as we re-open nominations for this year’s Co-Presidential race. With nominations open from 10th April-28th April, there’s still plenty of time to put yourself…

Graduation Gown Fund 2022

Graduation 2022   For the 2021 graduation SRUCSA partnered with Registry to provide graduates with support in hiring their graduation gowns for their own at home celebrations. Gowns were available…

A newspaper-style graphic text image which reads: "Timetables available from 5 August 2022. SRUC students will be able to access a cohort timetable from the 5th of August 2022, via the SRUC website! Individual timetables will be available after enrolment. Thank you to the students who took part in collating evidence for the original Academic Board paper back in November 2021. Thank you SRUC for listening to the student voice! Want to read more about SRUCSA's work? Head to srucsa.org.uk/blog." There is an image of an alarm clock on the page.

Timetables on Track! 🚂

 You may remember one of our bigger successes from this year was that the SRUC Academic Board agreed that students should receive their timetables in a timely manner and would…

A pedigree chart showing the heirarchy of the academic governance at SRUC. The Academic Board is at the top with Ethics Committee, INnovation and Knowledge Exchange Committee, Learning and Teaching Committee and Research Committee below it. Ethics Committee has 2 below it - Animal Experiments Committee and Social Science Ethics Committee. Learning and Teaching has 2 below it - Programme Approvals and Academic Standards Committee, Student Support and Engagement Committee. The research Committee has Doctoral College Commitee below it.

SRUCSA and Committees

Part of a sabbatical officer’s role involves representing students at internal boards and committees across SRUC. Here is the structure of some of the committees within SRUC: There are 3…