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This Girl Can

It's This Girl Can Week - from 19th to the 25th November

 
Submit your motion for NUS Conferences

As a member of the National Union of Students, we all have a right to propose policies, or ‘motions’ to be discussed at NUS Conferences, to create.

 
Term One Report: What has Jessica been up to?

Find out what I've been up to in my first term as an officer.

 
Bush House Sessions

Find out more about our event series and how you can get involved.

 
Black Friday is coming!

The Black Friday sale is coming to The Union Shop on 23 November

 
Term One Report: What has Robert been up to?

Find out what I've been up to in my first term as an officer.

 
Term One Report: 6 things I am doing for you!

What I've been up to over during the first term

 
Slice The Price

Find out how you can help further last years campaign!

 
TFL Bus Consultation

TFL is proposing to make major changes to bus routes in London particularly those that serve central London. Some of the bus routes that will be affected go to our campuses.

 
Is your home fit for study?

The National Union of Students is conducting a confidential survey with students to find out about the accommodation you live in at university.

 
KCLSU Union Development

Got an idea to improve student communities?

 
Sips of the World

Make your own cocktail or mocktail!

 
Time to Change’s ‘Ask Twice’ campaign

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?’.

 
Black History Month

Update on the end of Black History Month

 
KCLSU needs you! £30 to help us shape the student experience

This is an exciting opportunity to meet and discuss life at KCLSU with fellow students and help shape our plans for the next 6 years.
You will receive £30 cash in hand for your time!

 
International Student Leadership Conference

The National Union of Students is holding its annual International Student Leadership Conference on 12th Nov 2018

 
Black History Month 2018

Black history month remembers and celebrates the contributions of people of black African and Caribbean descent across the world looking at their history, challenges and journeys.

 
Postgraduate Social

It was great meeting you all at our postgraduate welcome events. We want to create more opportunities for postgraduates to take time out and get to meet other students across KCL.

 
Officers on Tour

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.

 
Become a Student Panel member

Would you like to gain experience which could help you in your future career whilst also giving back to the King’s community?

 
New ‘Fair pay for GTAs’ campaign launched

A campaign fighting for improvements in the pay and working conditions of Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) has been launched and is looking for support.

 
Wellbeing Week is coming!

Discover how you can thrive

 
World Mental Health Day at King's

This year's theme of World Mental Health Day on 10th October is 'The Mental Health of Young People in a Changing World.

 
Explore Black History Month

Explore Black history in a celebration of culture and community through KCLSU, King's and student run events.

 
Autumn Elections 2018 are coming!

Elections are around the corner - have you got what it takes?

 
Welcome

jessica welcomes all the new students and postgrads at King's

 
Guy's Campus Quad

Some info on the Guy's Campus Quad Marquee and the delayed refurbishments.

 
Mental health and wellbeing
Mental Health

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.

 
Spotlight: Kings of Sport Day (KCL Rugby)

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.

 
Spotlight: KCL Pharmacy Society

KCL Pharmacy Society created a four-week outreach programme for year 10/11 students at ARK Globe Academy.

 
Visa fees for future officers

Momin talks about the work he did whilst in office to secure visa fees for students

 
More toilets with douches

Momin looks at the campaign he was part of that helped to bring douches on campus

 
Affordable rooms for international students

Momin talks about a big win for students; the University providing international students with affordable residence options.

 
Momin Saqib - The Year Ends

I take a moment to reflect on my time at KCLSU, and at King's and the many projects I've worked on.

 
Bush House fully opens

After saying goodbye to the Macadam Building last week we have moved into our new Bush House Space.

 
Momin Saqib in Nigeria
Momin in Nigeria

President Momin's account of his trip to Nigeria - 'one of the best and most uplifting moments of my life'.

 
Time running out for 'Better Heating on Campus' campaign

This KCLSU Proposed Campaign needs our support

 
Big win for KCLSU Campaign

But the campaign team still need your help to secure better Tuition Free Instalment Plans

 
Farewell Waterfront

Save the date for our best and last Waterfront events!

 
Sam Gyimah visit to King’s

The Higher Education Minister, Sam Gyimah MP, was at Kings College London today to speak to students.

 
#GenerationVote

All we need to know about today's local election.

 
‘Not every disability is visible’

Has gained enough signatures to become a KCLSU campaign

 
Times Higher Education interviews King's students

King's students spoke to Times Higher Education on why they love studying at the university.

 
Momin statement against allegations
Photo of Momin Saqib, KCLSU President

KCLSU Presidents asks students to come together to fight bigotry and hatred in response to allegations.

 
Student Art Competition in the Shed

We have teamed up with a great artist to fill that blank space in the Shed

 
Spring Elections 2018 update

All of the successful candidates have now been announced!

 
Congratulations to the LGBT+ Society

NUS LGBT+ Society of the Year winners!

 
New Chief Executive for KCLSU
Denis Shukur

KCLSU President, Momin Saqib, announced today the appointment of Denis Shukur as the new Chief Executive for KCLSU.

 
Libertarian society event
KCLSU logo

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.

 
Student-Led Health Commission on the future of the NHS- Unconference

What will the NHS look like in 15 years’ time?

 
Women's History Month 2018

Let's celebrate the women of KCLSU

 
UCU Strike FAQ

Key information from the Officer Team about the upcoming UCU strikes

 
'Support the UCU lecturers’ strike!'

An update on this campaign from the lead student.

 
King’s Service Strategy

Have any big ideas on what King’s should be committed to for the next five years? Let us know!

 
Liberate Our Education

On Wednesday, the Vice President of Education (Arts & Sciences) successfully held the Liberate Our Education workshop

 
Holocaust Memorial Day

Saturday 27 January marks Holocaust Memorial Day where we remember the six million Jews that were brutally killed during World War II.

 
TEDxLondon

OpenX, TEDxLondon’s auditions and training programme for young and emerging TEDx talent

 
"Not every disability is visible"

Sign the petition to make it a KCLSU campaign.

 
Let's unleash our Inner Warrior!

King's and GKT women’s rugby clubs are joining forces to host an Inner Warrior camp.

 
New Chief Executive for KCLSU
Mo Wiltshire KCLSU outgoing CEO

Mo Wiltshire KCLSU’s current Chief Executive will be stepping down in June 2018. Search for a successor begins.

 
“Core books to be provided for modules”

Sign this petition to make it a KCLSU campaign.

 
"Fairer assessments for all"

Sign this petition to make it a KCLSU campaign.

 
Officers' commitment to equality
KCLSU logo

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.

 
New year, new team
New KCLSU Officer Team 2017/2018

The start of the new academic year has brought with it the welcoming of our new officer team.

 
Improving mental health
KCLSU President, Ben Hunt and King's Principal, Professor Edward Byrne AC

KCLSU & King's joint statement on what will be done over the next few years to improve the mental health services at King's.

 
Finsbury Park Attack

We strongly condemn the terrorist incident in Finsbury Park.

 
KCLSU Strand closed until Tuesday 23 May

Fire in basement of Macadam Building triggers closure.

 
Successful boycott of the NSS

KCLSU can report it believes that there has been a successful boycott of the National Student Survey

 
Smoking Zones Referendum Result

KCLSU to withdraw its support of the campaign to introduce smoking zones.

 
A Union for All: On the welfare of our Jewish Students

We will be working with the Jewish students at KCL to ensure that they feel empowered to celebrate their identity and make positive change.

 
Tell us about your wellbeing and get a free coffee!

We want to know about what you do for your health and wellbeing.

 
LGBT+ History Month
KCLSU Rainbow Logo

Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans History Month takes place every
February.

 
KCLSU and King’s sign relationship agreement
Our relationship agreement being signed

How we're working together to make sure every student at King's has the best Uni experience possible

 
KCLSU's officially a Very Good Union

And we're the first Union in London to be accredited as one!

 
New Strand Windows

Read your Student Officers' statement on this exciting change. Big thanks to everyone who've worked to make this happen!

 
Health Bursaries

Read your Student Officers' statement on Health Bursaries

 
What’s it like to be trans at King’s?

Have your say. Take the survey and help KCL take steps forward.

 
King's wins Varsity 2016!

Congratulations to all the athletes, coaches, support staff and students who made it possible!