We are committed to ensuring that every student feels a sense of belonging at Union, and that student support and wellbeing services are available to each student.
As a student of Union, your voice is important to us to enable us to maintain and enhance the quality of what we offer. There are various ways in which you can make your voice heard.
For ministry students, the Ministry Students Council provides a forum for discussion. The Student Voice Committee for the BA Hons Theology will include student representatives from that programme. Students may also act as members on College committees.
In addition, you will be given the opportunity towards the end of each module to comment on both the module and the tutor and you will also receive an annual student survey to complete near the end of the second semester. Of course, for those on campus there will also be the opportunity at the daily coffee time to talk with staff in a more informal manner.Our people
The College has 26 en–suite bedrooms. These are available for undergraduate and postgraduate students in general but preference is given to Union Students.Find out more