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
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The GreenArdors are an action group dedicated to fighting the causes and effects of climate change and environmental destruction at the University of Strathclyde.
The GreenArdors: Climate Emergency Action Group are a group of students who are campaigning to save the world.
As a means of increasing engagement and awareness, we are involved in everything from building and growing in the Strathclyde Community Garden, taking part in national protests, campaigning for change to Strathclyde climate policy and linking students to climate-related opportunities, to campaigning for governments to make systemic changes.
If you want to get involved in organising campaigns, spreading information, and changing the world through the student movement, come along to our meetings!
For the most up-to-date information about the GreenArdors please follow our social media accounts here and look through our 'All You Need to Know About the GreenArdors' Wiki.
We meet every Wednesday on Level 1 of Livingstone Tower in the Sustainability Hub (old Nourish cafe) from 5pm to 6.30pm.
To campaign for the University of Strathclyde to divest from fossil fuels and commit towards ethical investments.
To campaign for a Strathclyde Climate Assembly and wider democracy, student and staff representation on key University climate-related decisions.
Find out more about our current campaigns and activism here.
Joining the Strathclyde Climate Emergency Action Group means that you can have a direct impact for the climate on your University, by being a part of key decision-making and taking actions to start and drive forward campaigns.
You will be joining a group of students who are united in their desire for climate action by working towards solutions in an open-forum, democratic community.
Find out more about our current members and our different committee roles here.
Apart from this, there are a number of skills that you can develop from being engaged with the group generally including:
And more... The Strath Union and other external organisations such as People & Planet hold training, and upskilling sessions for SCEAG members to develop these competencies as well.
Get your membership now and be part of Climate Emergency Action Group.