Calling all wannabe James Bonds and Bond girls, Darwin Student Committee's annual Masquerade Ball is back! Buy your tickets to the James Bond themed event, held in Darwin Conference Suite.
Varsity is coming! Varsity started 17 years ago. In the annual event, Canterbury Christ Church and the University of Kent go head to head to showcase the best of University sport!
Student trainers will be delivering a new exciting series of stand out sessions in term 2. Book your place now!
Following many questions we received, Kent Union has clarified some information about voter registration with Canterbury City Council.
In the approach to the Christmas holiday, Kent Union has worked with with Canterbury Food Bank to organise a collection for less fortunate people in the Canterbury area.
Volunteers visited the Catching Lives Centre for an evening of fun and games!
Tom Currie is your Vice President (Activities). He oversees everything extracurricular from Societies and Volunteering, to Student Media, Fundraising (RAG) and Kent Tech. This is what he has been working on...
So far this term your Vice President (Sports) has been working on her campaign to ensure the University recognise the benefits of being involved in sport. Nina will be submitting her paper to the Student Experience Board in the New Year.
Kent Union is proud to announce their Investors in People Gold standard re-accreditation.
Megan Wells has packed so much in to the first term, and her second year as your Vice President (Welfare). Here are some of her campaigns in progress and landmark achievements so far…
Jack Lay your Vice-President (Education) represents and campaigns for you on all issues regarding your educational experience at Kent; from facilities to training, and much, much more! Here are his highlights...
Since starting in her role as Union President Tammy Naidoo already has a number of wins under her belt and is working on campaigns to improve your student experience at Kent!
Got ideas to make Kent even better? Look no further! The spring term Zones will begin on the 26th January, where you can submit an idea that can change Kent Union policy and direct campaigns.
Do you know a Course Rep who has gone above and beyond in their role?
Then you need to nominate them for Course Rep of the Month! Let’s recognise their hard work and achievements.
Nominations will be presented to the VP Education who will choose one winner. The winner will receive a certificate and £10 Amazon voucher.
The Campus Garden has been cleared, and the shed has now been painted thanks to the hard work of five Kent Union Volunteers this week!
Kent Union volunteers took a trip to Age UK Canterbury Day Centre to visit the senior citizens.
Kent Union donated an amazing total of 49 Christmas shoeboxes packed with gifts to be given to disadvantaged children this Christmas through Smile International.
What do you think about the kitchen facilities on campus? Kent Union is campaigning for better kitchens on campus and you can help!
Nominate your favourite lecturer, that amazing admin staff or even your favourite Course Rep here!