Yes, the SUBU VP Welfare has been working with SUBU Advice to improve the website content so that people can be easily directed to any support systems that are available.
Monthly Archives: August 2017
Yes – SUBU are working on providing support for placements to help students start their own businesses.
Yes – in 2016-17 SUBU created Lansdowne Fitness.
Yes – SUBU held Refreshers fair and it was the biggest and best we’ve had with opportunities for people try new things. We aim to continue this next year!
Yes – SUBU organised refreshers to have a community floor with housing advice such as Shelter coming in and giving advice on dodgy landlords.
Yes – SUBU arranged for Bournemouth water to come in and are in contact with Electricity (who is the number one customer service gas and electric provider) and Wessex water for future events.
Yes! All SUBU activities are available for every BU student. To make this easier for students in Lansdowne we now offer (in partnership with the university) free bus travel for Lansdowne students every Wednesday afternoon. The free Bus travel for students studying in Lansdowne was an initiative that started last year. All you need to… Read more »
SUBU created a (soon to be regular) meeting where Society Presidents meet with one-another, their VP Activities and the Activities Council. This is a forum where best practice can be shared, support methods can be discussed and a chance for Presidents to touch base with one another and the people that can best represent them.
SUBU hosted ‘Increasing your membership’ workshops at the beginning of the year, educating Society committees on how they can increase their membership through reaching out to all student communities within the diverse student body. This is something we intend to continue in the future
Yes – Working with SportBU, SUBU managed to schedule performances for a majority of the sports team’s half-time breaks