We are Strath Union, your Students’ Union - the beating heart of activity for students on Strathclyde campus since 1964.
We run events year-round where you can let loose, let go, just throw a couple shapes and put your skills on show.
We provide free and confidential advice for students, covering academic support, wellbeing and more.
University is all about finding friends, finding community, and finding yourself.
We exist to represent all students at the University of Strathclyde. We make sure your voice is heard across the University and beyond.
Enhance your CV, develop skills, find a part-time job and get more involved with your local community.
The Union is a great place to meet friends, study, grab lunch or take a
break. Have a look and discover our variety of venues.
Food & Drink
Bag the latest Strath branded merch, get the latest student deals and
explore memberships available at the Union!
University is all about finding friends, community, and yourself. One thing that can help you with this? Student Societies and Clubs!
What are they?
Societies and clubs are student led groups that provide an opportunity to socialise, learn and get involved with the student community outside of class. There’s around 200 societies and clubs at Strath Union and all of them will be actively recruiting new members this freshers!
We’ve got almost anything you can think of societies for your course, hobby, and identity and if you can’t find what you’re looking for – The union is there to support you in creating a new one!
You can find information on all societies currently at Strath Union on our Find A Society page and from there you’ll be able to identify a society you’re interested in, find out meeting and event details and find contact information – meaning you can reach out to societies to find out more about what’s on offer.
Some societies will charge a small fee to ‘become a member’. This helps to fund activities throughout the year and get equipment for the club, If you want to join a society but are unable to pay the membership fee don’t worry and don’t let it out you off! The unions Participation Fund is there to make sure no one misses out.
Why you should join
Joining a society can provide you with several benefits. Some are more general and apply to all societies:
Some benefits of societies are more specific:
How do you get involved?
Joining a club is as easy as buying the membership online – but don’t forget to engage in the clubs you join. The best ways to find out more and get involved?