Your elected offer Mary Copsey, is developing a policy on Brexit.
Your Cambridge LGBT+ and Trans reps are giving out free pronoun badges - find out why!
Your vice presidents teamed up to donate to charities that students chose!
Mary Copsey is working to support student carers at ARU!
Your VP, Fraser Luther-Yarwood, is working on a peer mentoring scheme with the university!
Your VP Amanda Campbell White is working to help alleviate student stress levels!
The Social Work Society have provided fantastic learning opportunities and volunteering projects for experience to be gained and confidence to be increased.
Your VP Amanda Campbell White is promoting messages of body positivity and providing events on campus to celebrate all bodies!
Looking for somewhere else to study this exam season? We've put together a list of the closest and nicest study spaces open to ARU London students.
Your VP Matt Hayes wants to expand access to FSE spaces across ARU!
The BioMedical Society is made up of 8 committee members, who have different experiences within the field of healthcare, and research so that we can provide the peer to peer support that our students deserve and seek, through events and workshops.
Find out some of things we do and what to get involved in!
The Anglia Ruskin Sirens Cheerleaders are a hard working, dedicated team of cheerleaders who put in many hours of practice. They train twice a week to perfect their skills. This society is a great way to make friends while keeping fit and represent our university all over the UK.
"There has been a lot of momentum on campus this semester, particularly in response to the union launching the Access To Learning campaign."
I feel it’s really important to provide events which bring our diverse ARU community together. That’s why I'm running multiple events throughout LGBT+ History Month this February!
Nicky Milner, Senior Lecturer in Biological Science and winner of the Innovative Lecturer and Outstanding Personal Tutor Awards, shares her experience of being nominated, and what winning meant to her.
Uni can be a very stressful time, that's not a secret. But when you're missing home, have deadlines piling up, and it feels like you can't keep on top of the work, it's easy to think your only option is to drop out. And we completely understand. But do try to stop and identify why is it that you want to drop out.
Take a look at last year's winners
ARU Students’ Union is a charity, completely separate to Anglia Ruskin University. The whole point of a students’ union is to advocate for students – and that’s exactly what we do! And there are many ways we do this. You can check it all out at angliastudent.com
Exam season is here! And that means only one thing for students – you all feel a bit like this.
Hello and welcome to ARU London, our campus in Farringdon is quite small yet the lecturer's available are awesome...
European Parliament elections are currently scheduled to take place in the UK on 23 May.
Take this quiz and find out which of the ARU Students' Union Student Representative positions you should stand for in the upcoming election.
Take a look at last year's winners
Take our quiz to find the right one for you.
Being a Course Rep sounds all well and good… but what exactly is a Course Rep?
"It may sound strange but it was a relief to be told that it wasn’t just me making up the whole thing."
I'm kidding it's not all bad! Here's how to make it work for you.
Being a Course Rep can benefit and positively transform you in many ways. Here are ten of our top reasons why you should stand as Course Rep.
"Depression and anxiety are different for everyone. I just wanted to give you a small glimpse into what it is like for me."
Buy your NUS Extra card now to save money at uni.
"One of the most important things I’ve done in these five years is learning to understand and be open about my mental health problems."
If you don't want to do anything, at least do these 5 things.
"If you knew that your friend, your relative, your classmate was feeling ill, you'd help them out, right? Same goes for mental health."
Education has no age. Here's my tips and advice to all you 'mature' students.
Take our quiz to find the best society for you
Find out all about what your Vice President for Business and Law, Mary Copsey, has been working on for International students.
It’s that time of semester again! Exam week and assignment submissions. Even the thought of revision makes you want to just go back to sleep and forget about it all. So here are six tips to get you through this stressful and testing time, to help make it more of an enjoyable and relaxing experience.
Joining a society is a great way to make friends, network, and improve your skills - but what about leading one?
Make some noise. This is your space to make ARU more representative, more accessible and more student-led. Find out more.
We're in this together, so read on...
Everything you need to know about London!
Top tips for avoiding and coping with that next day hangover.
Find out who the students are who will lead the Union in 2019-20.
Everything you need to know about Peterborough!
Exams and deadlines are upon us! But here’s how your Cambridge student space has got your back.
The start of my journey as a committee member was pretty unpredictable.... (Read more)
Everything you need to know about Chelmsford!
Everything you need to know about Cambridge!
Exams and deadlines are around the corner… But it doesn’t need to be all doom and gloom!
You may have heard about the UCU – Universities and Colleges Union – ballot that’s going on at the moment. There’s been a bit of discussion about what it means and what will happen if the ballot succeeds, so we thought we’d break it down for you!
Are you still eating beans on toast? Read this article for some easy meals to master.
Your elected officer Mary Copsey, is working on her Carers Awareness Campaign which investigates the impact of parent and/or carer responsibilities on students’ wellbeing. But how can you get involved?
Mary Copsey, your Vice President for the Faculty of Business and Law, shares her experiences as a student with dyslexia!
Read more about the struggles of being a student parent and the new Parents in Education society.
Your AHSS Vice President Amanda shares her thoughts about Body Positivity.
Your Cambridge Women's Rep, Kyia Thompson, is running a campaign based on raising awareness of sexual harassment towards women at university.
We spoke to Kayleigh Tonkins about how it made her feel to win the Student Staff Award!
We spoke to Hannah Hau-Ching about how it made her feel to win Rep Honours!
We spoke to Amy Kelly about how it felt to win Society Honours!
We spoke to Sam Martin about how it feels to win an SU Award.
Your VP for AHSS, Amanda Campbell White, and your VP for FSE, Matt Hayes, are aiming to provide fun and safe nights out for all students!
If you are getting worried over your upcoming deadlines and exams, here’s how you can deal with the stress.
Vice President for Business Mary Copsey shares her top tips on how to gain confidence at uni.
Check out what Amanda has written about Student Sex workers and how her research has supported her actions to run Best Night Out events to raise awareness of Sexual Health and start important conversations.
Natalie Brown shares her experience of winning an SU Award.
Books Plus is changing, and we’re here to give you all the information you need.
The course of a student’s life never did run smooth… But no fear, because ARU Students’ Union are here to help you.
Have you received your grade back and you’re unhappy with what you got? Find out how ARU Students’ Union can help you.
Alice Goodheart gives her top tips as a student who knows