When picking a University you will want to find out a number of things. Is the course right? What is the city like? Is the night life good? But do you ever stop to ask what the Students' Union is like?
Chester Students’ Union is responsible for voicing the ideas and opinions of our student body on issues that directly affect them, both inside and outside of the university.
Run by students democratically elected by their peers, and assisted by a team of permanent staff, the Students’ Union is on hand to offer you support and a wealth of enrichment activities throughout your time at University.
Chester Students’ Union has over 100 sports teams and societies to get active and involved with. Ranging from the ordinary, like rowing, tennis and football, to the unconventional, such as Circus and Magic, Quidditch and Conspiracy Theory! With a mixture like this, you’re bound to find something that takes your interest.
As a nonprofit charity, every penny the Students’ Union makes gets reinvested back into the services it provides. From the SU shop, selling student essentials at affordable prices, to the cheapest Starbucks in Chester, located right on campus, every penny you spend will be put back into your sports teams, societies, social activities and representation.
And what’s a Students’ Union without a Students’ Union bar? If you’re a Warrington student head to Bar and Club Twenty10 on campus, or if you’re a Chester student you’ll find CH1 located on the residential Parkgate Road Campus. With both hosting regular appearances from DJs and well-known bands throughout the year, as well as weekly themed nights, you’ll have lots to keep you entertained every day of the week.
If you’d like to come and visit the University of Chester, there are plenty of ways to do it. If you have already applied, then we encourage you to visit on one of our Applicant Days. We also host Campus Tours and Open Days throughout the year. Book your place online, or get in touch with us to arrange a visit.
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