Students’ Union

The University of Surrey Students’ Union lies at the heart of campus life. The Union represents Surrey students and provides a wealth of events and activities, as well as support and advice.

Surrey Students' Union

The Students’ Union is a not-for-profit organisation run by students, for students. All students at the University are members of the Students' Union and you automatically become a member, free of charge, when you start studying here.

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Watch the Freshers' Specials 2015 videos on Stag TV for information and advice on everything from joining a society to budgeting your money.

The Stag newspaper

The Stag is an editorially-independent newspaper run by the Students' Union. It is published every fortnight and available from newspaper bins around campus, or on The Stag website.

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The Students’ Union has five bars, three food outlets and its own 1,600-capacity nightclub.

Students' Union events and activities

The Students’ Union boasts three hugely popular entertainment venues on campus, all under one roof. The three venues — Chancellors, Rubix and The Living Room — provide a hectic social calendar throughout the academic year that is bubbling with variety and vibrancy.

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For the latest news and information from the Students' Union, follow @SurreyUnion or visit our Students' Union Facebook page.

Freshers’ Fayre

Hosted by the Students’ Union, this is the biggest and most important part of any Surrey student’s social introduction.

The Fayre gives you a chance to spend time with your new friends, sign up to any sports clubs or societies, pick up freebies and take part in fun activities.

Stag TV

StagTV is the student run television station based at the University of Surrey. You can watch Stag TV reports on Youtube, follow Stag TV on Twitter, or 'like' Stag TV on Facebook.

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