- Stop King’s raising tuition fees from £9000 year on year for returning undergraduate home students
- Stop Kings raising tuition fees from £9000 year on year for incoming students
- Get King’s to commit to a fee freeze for international students
- Get King’s to commit to a fee freeze for postgraduate students
- Get King’s to publish a student focused yearly report about spending of money raised fees
Up until September 2016, an elected Student Council set KCLSU campaign policy. This campaign is supported by policy approved by Student Council.
Launched in November 2016, the campaign collected hundreds of signatures which were handed in to members of college council demanding a halt to rising fees. Our student officers sent targetted emails to students studying in different faculties and held a vigil outside the College council where a vote on tuition fees was being held. As a result, the campaign secured a committment to not raising in tuition fees for returning home undergraduates. This kind of action, as well as campaigns across the country, led the government to freeze fees for home students at £9,250 until 2019.