You can put yourself in the running to be the next leader of the student movement.
The club, working with its Community Trust, has been one of the leaders in tackling homophobia in football and finished as runners-up at this year’s Football v Homophobia awards.
As we approach the start of Term 2, our Officer Team have an update on their lobbying to the University about teaching and campus life during this new lockdown and beyond.
These awards acknowledge the excellent practice of lecturers and staff members within the University – those who demonstrate their commitment to delivering the best possible teaching and supervision to students.
An update on in-person sport and training at Greenwich Students' Union.
Ordering your takeaway has never been easier at the Village Shop.
Are you having money worries, or do you just want to ensure you're on top of your finances? Discover where you can get the support you need to manage your money.
Find out what your GSU Officers have been up to this Term.
Are you finding your home life is interrupting your studies? Or, are you recovering from COVID whilst trying to do your assignments? Find out how the Advice Service can support you.
It's Green Christmas and we've put together a helpful guide to Christmas decorations that are sustainable.
The University have put together some information on starting University in a pandemic.
The Village Shop is now delivering takeaway Monday to Friday at Avery Hill campus.
The letter outlines the current thoughts on the University's approach to Covid.
The GSU Officers put out a statement on their intentions to decolonise the University of Greenwich.
Greenwich Students' Union (GSU) and GKSU are working together to ensure you get the best experience possible in Term 1. Read on to discover how we'll do this for you.
Guidelines have been published by the University for how students and staff should behave during the pandemic, and what you can expect from them and your students' unions.
There has a been a lot of change all round across the Union and University…here’s a round-up of key things GSU Officers and staff have done and achieved for you - our members - in the last few weeks.
Stuck for activities? We've got some ideas so you can get to know each other.
Protect yourself, your money and your data before coming to Greenwich.
Get relevant and up-to-date information about what we're doing to keep our spaces open and accessible whilst keeping you safe.
The UOG Indian Society have put together a helpful video so you can understand what it will be like when you arrive at the Medway campus.
Three Greenwich students have reached this year's semi-finals for the Mayor's Entrepreneur competition 2020.
Greenwich Students' Union launches a new group for students arriving in 2020/21 academic year.
Your elected GSU Officers for 2019/20 highlight their key achievements over the last academic year.
Here is a joint statement from the University of Greenwich and the Greenwich Students' Union with endorsement from the STAART team, in response to the hate speech that the University of Greenwich pride logo received over the weekend on social media.
We've analysed the results of our survey, and are sharing the results to show what our members told us.
Discover who has been elected as the new President of the Students' Union and the full GSU Officer team.
Find out what Greenwich Students' Union is!
Students voted between December 2019 and January 2020 on the priorities for the Union. Find out what they are now!
If you have a passion for sport or want to become part of something a bit different then joining a Society or Sport club is a simple and easy way to heighten your overall university experience.
For those of you moving straight from school or college to university, it can be hard to know what to expect! Life at University isn’t quite like blockbuster movies, but here are our top four films to watch with your friends to get you in the mood.
As your new life begins at Greenwich, we want to tell you about our favourite little hotspots that you and your university friends can enjoy.
The University of Greenwich has put out guidance on how to stay safe due to a recent rise in crime in the local area in collaboration with the Met police..