The Union and University jointly and successfully established Chooseday Chill, an informal event designed to attract students that would otherwise not actively seek wellbeing support. This regularly attracted over fifty students each week.
All societies implemented a formal Inclusion Officer as a person who was trained and tasked to prioritise the wellbeing of club members as well as ensuring members felt included.
All sports clubs implemented a formal Wellbeing Officer as a person who was trained and tasked to prioritise the wellbeing of club members.
Need someone to talk to?
Canterbury Nightline, the student-led peer-to-peer listening service, which was established in 2018, gained full accreditation by the Nightline Association.
Take a breather
Puppy Day’s are a great way to take your mind off work and studies and a chance to have some great puppy fun too. This year we helped provide puppy days for staff at CCCU too and combined with the student events we raised £432 for TAG Pet Rescue.
Medway Healthcare Ball
The Union helped organise and subsidise and first Healthcare Ball at the Medway Campus, led by the Paramedics Society.
Wellbeing on campus
The Union and University established the Accommodation Committee as a formal student voice committee to represent those who live in University-provided accommodation.
Alcohol Impact Accreditation
The Union and University were awarded NUS Alcohol Impact accreditation, recognising the commitment of the partnership to a safer alcohol culture on campus.
We gained Responsible Futures Accreditation from the NUS, in recognition of the University’s & the Students’ Union’s shared commitment to sustainability and social responsibility across the curriculum.