We are on the hunt for our 2019/20 Network Organisers and Campaign Volunteers!
Do you want to be part of the team responsible for extending a friendly welcome to new students?
The Slice the Price Campaign wants to hear from you!
The Slice the Price Questionnaire is this open! Make sure to answer it and tell your friends about it!
KCL Library Champions have an upcoming MyReadingList Hackathon on 9th April for students and staff on liberating our curriculum.
More study Space for you!
There will be an open discussion on the language of disability
King's students have a unique opportunity to develop ideas to influence a major new public space in the heart of the university's Strand campus through a new Strand Aldwych competition.
The teams behind the campaigns are hosting a Bush House Session on March 28th titled Behind The Pound: The Truth about Student Finance.
Most of us have heard of how our heart and brain are interlinked, however, it is not commonly known that the role of the heart goes far beyond merely keeping us alive.
KCLSu Film Festival has arrived
The campaign team want your thoughts on finance at KCL and being a self-funded student.
Update on election results.
The Slice the Price Campaign is launching a big survey to get your views and thoughts on how self-funded students go about paying their tuition fees.
University Mental Health Day 2019
The campaign was launched in 2017 and got some key victories, but the team are not giving up.
Help King's feedback on the future of the Strand Campus
Come along to the launch of our campaign Liberate our Education!
The campaign was launched in 2016/17 by our then VP Education (Arts and Sciences). who held a weeklong series of events on topics relevant to liberating education,
The team behind the ‘Not every disability is visible’ campaign have secured a huge victory after signs on bathroom doors in Bush House have been changed to include the ‘Not all disabilities are visible’ sign.
The campaign petition launched in December 2017 has recently passed the signature threshold needed to become an official KCLSU supported campaign.
Join me for my new drop in support sesions
The team behind the fairer funding for postgraduate campaign have launched a survey and need your help!
A survey collecting the anonymous experiences of GTAs is closing soon and needs your help!
Official Announcement of the KCLSU Annual General Meeting
A new campaign has been launched which aims to inform students about the current UCU ballot and build links of solidarity between teachers and students.
As part of my manifesto, I promised a reform of our Safe Space Policy at KCLSU.
The ‘Fair Pay for GTAs’ campaign has been running since around 2015. GTAs, or ‘Graduate Teaching Assistants’, are PhD students who teach Undergraduate or MA classes while they study.
A new campaign to address the fairness of assessments at King's has been launched and is looking for support.
Top tips to stay healthy this winter
It's This Girl Can Week - from 19th to the 25th November
Find out what I've been up to in my first term as an officer.
Time to Change’s ‘Ask Twice’ campaign is coming to King’s. This campaign aims to move further towards breaking the stigma around mental health with the simple question ‘How are you?’.
Hi everyone! This week we’re restarting SABBS ON TOUR which is our drop-in sessions where we sit in easily accessible places on campus.
Fresher year is a wonderful opportunity for you to get involved in student life! Manage your time well, make time for regular study (or, if you’re studying all the time, for regular relaxation), and you’ll have a much easier time.
Kings of Sport was a day for local, white working class boys to come to King’s, meet students, and learn what the university has to offer them.
KCL Pharmacy Society created a four-week outreach programme for year 10/11 students at ARK Globe Academy.
President Momin's account of his trip to Nigeria - 'one of the best and most uplifting moments of my life'.
All we need to know about today's local election.
KCLSU Presidents asks students to come together to fight bigotry and hatred in response to allegations.
All of the successful candidates have now been announced!
KCLSU President, Momin Saqib, announced today the appointment of Denis Shukur as the new Chief Executive for KCLSU.
Last night an event organised by the KCL Libertarian Society had to be cancelled. The Police attended and we are fully co-operating with their investigation.
An update on this campaign from the lead student.
Sign the petition to make it a KCLSU campaign.
Mo Wiltshire KCLSU’s current Chief Executive will be stepping down in June 2018. Search for a successor begins.
Sign this petition to make it a KCLSU campaign.
Recently, the University have reiterated a commitment to tackling issues specifically and disproportionately affecting students of colour such as the BME attainment gap; issues the elected Officers for 2017/18 are also keen to address.
The start of the new academic year has brought with it the welcoming of our new officer team.
KCLSU & King's joint statement on what will be done over the next few years to improve the mental health services at King's.
We strongly condemn the terrorist incident in Finsbury Park.
Fire in basement of Macadam Building triggers closure.