Here's A little guide to all the activities that you can get involved in as part of Level Up:
Each year, you elect a group of students to represent you - these are our Exec Officers. They make decisions for the union, develop new initiatives and lead on campaigns, events & activities.
Course Reps act as the voice for all other students on their course. As a Course Rep you’ll feedback to your Course Leaders and Students' Union to help make active changes and improve the way your course operates.
Every club and society at AUBSU has a group of dedicated students running it. They lead on all the activities and events, thinking up loads of great ideas to put into action.
We have a team of Activators that help out at our weekly Give It A Go sports sessions. They get people involved and support the activities, all while enjoying the sports they love.
Taking the time to do a little good for others can make a real difference. From conservation to community outreach there’s loads to get involved in so you can help whatever cause is close to your heart. Find out more about volunteering.
Do you care about the planet? Through campaigns and activities run by the Green Team you can change attitudes and help make AUB a greener place.
Our Raising & Giving Team lead on our charity fundraising at AUB. By coming up with fun ideas & planning events they raise loads of money for worthy causes.
BUMF is our student-led multimedia plaform for AUB creatives to showcase their work. Want to get involved? You could be one of BUMF’s writers, photographers, curators or editorial staff.
Through other student networks like LGBT+ and Mature Students, you could lead on a campaign or work with the SU to put on an event. We're always looking for new ideas and ways to get students engaged so if you have a good idea then we want to help you make it happen!
Already involved in something? Or interested in community volunteering? Then start using our Level Up module to record all the stuff you're doing and browse volunteeering opportunities. See those tabs on the left? Just work through those to get yourself set up. If you can't see them then make sure you're logged in.
Start by creating a profile, where you can tailor your preferences and availability, and then start browsing the volunteering opportunities available. You can then log your hours (both union-related and community volunteering), review your skills and check out upcoming training courses.
Make sure you read our volunteer agreement so you know what is expected of you before you start. It all should be pretty straightforward to work through but we've made a handy guide to help you. Do contact us (either email firstname.lastname@example.org or pop into the office) if you need a hand.