Check out some of our societies
What is a society?
A society is a term we use for a group of students who share a common interest or hobby.
A society is set up by students for students and gives you the opportunity to come together with others and practice your interest in a welcoming and fun environment.
A society can be based around anything from sport, music and gaming to cards, tea and business.
Being part of a society also looks great on your CV or when applying to university.
What societies are available to join?
There are many societies currently available to join, including the following:
- Apprenticeship Social
- Board Games
- Comic Book and Movies
- Community Club
- Concept Art
- Dungeons and Dragons
- Knit and Natter
- Racial Justice
- True Crime
Want to join or set up a society?
If you are interested in joining an existing society, or are looking to set up a new one, contact Students’ Union on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01226 216 611
Good news stories about our societies:
Take a look below at what our students say…
Nathan Creber - BSL Society
“The responsibilities I have in the society are to keep everyone motivated, to organize meetings and share quick videos or posts to help others learn sign language. I chose to set up this society to help a student who is hard of hearing on my course.”
Emily Chadburn - The Debate Society
“As president, I chose to be part of this society due to my love of debating and I felt it would have a positive impact on my future career and education. I worked alongside College to set up the debate society as I was informed there was one a few years ago and so I decided to start it up again.
Last updated: 22nd May 2023