Students and local residents came together last weekend (1 December) to clean up the streets of Falmouth.
The Student Union opening hours over the festive period.
Falmouth and Exeter Students’ Union’s Politics Society will be hosting hustings on campus on 9 and 10 December, which will be open to students, staff, and the local community.
A week celebrating all the volunteers, fundraisers and good samaritans who are putting themselves out there to make society a better place.
There will be a peaceful protest on campus to match the global strike lead by Greta Thunberg.
If you are interested or would like to get involved the protest will start from 11 am onwards outside the Exchange. Don't hesitate to bring your own Signs & Banners and get your message heard!
Official statement from your SU Presidents
1st and 2nd-year students please only fill out questions 1 to 6. 3rd, 4th & Masters students please fill out all questions.
To note: Summer Ball normally happens around the first weekend of June.
Explore opportunities to go abroad during your degree and meet students with international experience.
Lots of young people are missing from the electoral register. This means they don’t get a say in how things are run. Your vote matters. Make sure you’re in. Register online today to have your say. All you need is your National Insurance number and five minutes.
We are in a climate emergency. It’s important now more than ever to be aware of our impact. Joins us for a week of planet-focused events.
Following the success of last year’s pilot launch, the Student Community Warden Scheme has expanded to now include Penryn and Mabe.
Sarah Davey has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer at Falmouth and Exeter Students’ Union (The SU).
In the last few days, some of you will have seen information on social media about changes to the bus fare for travelling in Falmouth and Penryn. Some of that information is inaccurate. Therefore, we thought it would be a good idea to clarify what’s happening...
Don't get a First in Procrastination. Before your workload gets too overwhelming, think about how you can manage your time effectively to minimise stress and meet your deadlines.
A group of students have come together to create a guide