On Thursday 25 May the SU President Ben and SU Education Officer Chloe attended their last ever University Council meeting where the final report of the University's independent governance review was being presented.
On Wednesday 9 May, students and staff gathered to celebrate the success of the Postgraduate Peer Mentoring schemes in the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences and Faculty of Engineering & Design.
The news was came at a meeting of Council/Senate/Students’ Union (CSSU) on Tuesday morning at which The Vice Chancellor confirmed that the investment would be made into a 72m x 38m training pitch to be built adjacent to the current astro pitches.
On 12 May staff from The SU spent their Saturday taking part in the Walk of Life and have so far raised £1400 for the Dementia Ward at the RUH.
The 'Four B's' and how they can help you through exam season.
Students and staff celebrated the volunteering and research going on at both The SU and University in association with the Alzheimer’s Society with a spectacular novelty cake.
The Plug & The Tub received the national award at a ceremony in Leeds on 10 May as the highest scoring SU in the country.
Over 300 runners raised nearly £2,000 to help transform lives across the world with clean water and decent toilets.
On Tuesday 1 May, students and staff celebrated the incredible achievements of our societies, volunteering, media and enterprise groups at the Activities Awards.
Stephen Robertson will give a talk on homelessness and social enterprise, joined by a panel of experts.
Individual Mitigating Circumstances (IMCs) are personal circumstances that may have affected a students’ performance in an assessment. An IMC can be a physical or mental wellbeing issue, or can be a personal issue such as a bereavement.
Students, staff and local charities came together to celebrate the invaluable contributions of our student volunteers.
On Friday 20 April, students and staff came together for the annual SU Skills Training Celebration at The Edge.
Due to the Summer Ball 2018 taking place on Saturday 2 June there will be a part closure of the East Car Park.
Students and staff joined us for The SU Community Awards on Thursday 19 April at the Victoria Art Gallery.
Seven student volunteers from St. John's Ambulance (LINKS) assisted with first aid cover at the London Marathon.
On Saturday 14 April, ChaOs Concert Band took part in a professional master class with military band The Band and Bugles of the Rifles.
It has been announced that the University will pay the voluntary Living Wage from 1 May 2018
Over 60 people attended the barn dance at Oldfield Park Baptist Church on Saturday 28 April.
13 pairs of students set off in a race from The SU to hitchhike all the way to Amsterdam to raise money for RAG’s (Raise & Give) Big 4 charities.
Over 4500 students came out in force to relish in the sunshine and enjoy Varsity 2018.
Staff and students joined us for The SU Bath and The University of Bath Education Awards evening held on Friday 13 April at the Apex Hotel, Bath.
10 volunteers from V Team took part in Beachwatch at Sand Bay in Weston-Super-Mare.
The SU will host the 3rd annual Varsity series against Cardiff Met on campus.
The campaign is gearing up for another year as it looks to support students moving out of the city for the summer, helping raise vital funds for cardiovascular research.
Although we do not employ as many career staff in The SU that would make it mandatory for us to report our gender pay gap, we believe that this is an important issue and are keen to see as many organisations as possible reporting on their gender pay differences.
Our SU President and 4 elected delegates have travelled to Glasgow to represent The SU at the annual conference.
Students from Bath Marrow have recruited 250 people on to the bone marrow register and raised £5000 to help beat blood cancer.
RAG have raised an amazing £8000 for their Big 4 charities.
Applications are now being sought for an enthusiastic, inspiring and committed student, with strong leadership skills, to chair the SU Elections Committee.
Staff from The SU will be taking part in the Walk of Life to raise money for the Dementia Ward at the Royal United Hospital.
Bath’s Vice-Chancellor and President, Dame Professor Glynis Breakwell, is at the centre of a major ongoing row over pay for university bosses and university funding.