Adjust KCL! are gathering evidence to show that ‘administrative failings’ in support services are not one-off errors and amount to a systemic failure to provide adequate support and reasonable adjustments to vulnerable students.
Adjust KCL! will bring together students to raise awareness about the issues vulnerable students (disabled, neurodivergent, low income, in crisis, or at risk of any of these) face at King's, and push for concrete goals to alleviate these issues.
With an evening of moving speeches and performances from students at King's, KCLSU Officers Sara Osman Saeed and Martina Chen launched their campaign to bring together students and staff to call on King's to commit to to decolonisation, reparative justice and building a truly anti-racist and inclusive institution.
The Reimbursement Now! campaign team break down the steps you will need to follow to make a claim for reimbursement at KCL.
Today we are launching our brand new KCLSU CAMPAIGNS HANDBOOK. An accessible and comprehensive guide to all things campaigning, suitable for both KCLSU backed campaigns and other forms of student campaigns and activism. We’ve compiled a huge selection of resources, campaigning exercises, check-lists and suggestions that we’ve picked up from our experience of supporting student campaigning and beyond.
MPs are calling for evidence into the cost-of living for students. Share your experience to drive change.
Liberate KCL have launched a new campaign to demarketise and diversify the University.
Come along to our launch event to help shape our campaign demands and plan our strategy.
King's Doctoral Students Association are supporting a campaign calling for an ex-gratia one-off recognition payment for all PHD students to match the payment given to staff at King's.
Students launch a new campaign to tackle the climate crisis by getting King's catering to go fully plant-based.
Students launch a new campaign to seek reimbursement for disrupted learning and call on University management to resolve the issues causing ongoing industrial action.
Students at KCL are coming together under a new campaign to reduce tuition fees.
Over 1700 students voted, with 70% in favour of calling on King's to return to offering fully in-person learning.
an FAQ on accessing the website for freshers