The reception at the Students’ Union Reception on the Southwood Site (next to the Village Shop & the Dome) is open from 10am until 4pm Monday to Friday (times vary during holiday periods).
The reception in the Dreadnought building is open from 10am - 7pm, Monday to Friday (times vary during holiday periods). The building is open Monday to Friday 8am - 10pm and Saturday to Sunday 9am - 5pm. Make use of our great facilities, like the free charging ports, WiFi, bookable rooms and Change.
GK Unions is the students’ organisation for the Universities of Greenwich and Kent University at the shared Universities at the Medway campus in Chatham Maritime. Check out their website.
Greenwich and Kent Students' Unions Together
The Student Hub
Telephone: 01634 888989
Fax: 01634 888992
Dreadnought Building is the main building of the Students Union. You can find here your Full-time Officers, our Advice Team, the Lower Deck and Change Coffee. We also provide binding, free printing service and you can come and ask any information you want about our clubs, societies and other services. Dreadnought Building is located in Greenwich Campus.
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Lower Deck is your Students' Union venue for food, drink and entertainment on Greenwich Campus. A lot of our events are taking place here so come often and check our social media for upcoming ones. Lower Deck is in the Dreadnought Building. This amazing venue has six spaces to enjoy!
Change. is our coffee shop in the Dreadnought building on the Greenwich campus. The shop sells amazing coffee and fresh sandwiches. You can stop in the shop to enjoy your food and drink, or take everything to go. We’ll be open all year round Monday-Friday, 7am – 5.30pm (times are subject to change). You can also get your Medway Bus tickets here.
Stockwell Building houses the Greenwich campus Library, as well as some of your academic rooms. There is also a café that sells Starbucks coffee and an art gallery. You can easily find the Stockwell Building on Stockwell Street, opposite the Ibis Hotel.
McMillan Student Village is located on Creek road and is only a 10 to 15 minute walk (five-minute bus journey) from Greenwich Campus.
Cutty Sark Halls forms part of a development right in the heart of Greenwich above the Cutty Sark Dockland Light Railway (DLR) station. It is amongst the shops that are only a few minutes walk from the Greenwich Campus.
Daniel Defoe halls are located next to the Greenwich and Docklands Light Railway station. It is approximately a 15-minute walk from the main Greenwich Campus.
Devonport House is located on King William Walk, you'll spot it because of the big statue outside. It's in-between Stockwell Street and Dreadnought.
Village Shop is located in Avery Hill Campus next to the Dome. Get some amazing hot food options to takeaway here! You can also find essentials and even top up your Oyster. Official University of Greenwich merchandise is also sold here.
The Dome is right at the heart of Avery Hill campus. There is space to relax, work, and chat with your friends. The Dome has work stations, a café, and, of course, the University Gym. The Dome is open Monday to Sunday 8am to 10pm.
Dance Studio is in Sparrows Farm.
Our Edible Garden is on our Avery Hill campus behind David Fussey Building. You can go and grow your own vegetables!
Airdome is there to protect you from the rain when you are playing sports outdoors. It can be found behind the Avery Hill campus Halls.
In the ground floor of the David Fussey Building on Avery Hill campus you can find our Sports Hall.
The hub for student activities and events at Medway, and the home of GK Unions, the partnership Union for students at Medway. Here you can visit the Advice Centre, get involved in Student groups and Sport.
During the day we’re a regular student bar and kitchen, offering great food and drinks. At night we run a range of events and activities, from quizzes to live bands and club nights. You can find us in the Student Hub.
There is a university-run inter-campus bus service for students and staff. The service between Avery Hill and Greenwich is free, while the one to Medway requires a ticket.
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