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Your Officer: Sharleen Zonke

I'm Sharleen Zonke, your BAME Students officer.

Be Part Of Our ' Attainment Gap ' Research

The Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Community is a space to share your ideas, opinions and concerns about being a BAME student at Coventry University. Scroll down to the bottom of this page to view what events we have coming up.

We organise events, share news, campaign, suggest policy, and do what we can to make Coventry University a better space for BAME individuals.

The Community isn't just for BAME individuals, and it's entirely up to you how involved you want be. Join the Community to include BAME content in your personalised news and updates.

News, policy, and actions

From Zero to Masters Hero!

When Bashir Gharwal came to the UK in 2010 from his native country of Afghanistan, he could not speak very much English. Now he is recognised as the joint recipient of the Coventry University Students' Union - Student Of The Year Award.

NUS Liberation Conference 2020

Hear from your Disabled Students Officers, Adam Khan & Elizabeth King, who attended the first NUS Liberation Conference. They discuss the policies, issues and ideas addressed at the conference, and what can be applied to our practices moving forward.

Help Us Close The Gap

Want to help us close the BME attainment gap at University? We’d love to hear about your student experience.
Our research interviews are approaching the final stages and CUSU are looking for their last round of students to take part in research interviews with our student leaders, aiming to understand the experience of Black, Asian and Mintority Ethnic Students at Coventry University. Read on to find out more...

A statement from your sabbatical officers on current events in the US

As a Union which believes in equal opportunities and freedom for all, we find it imperative to add our voices to the events in Minnesota and across the US

Supporting Carers Week 2020

The 8th of June marked the beginning of Carers Week, the annual campaign designed to increase awareness of the role of carers in our community. We want to celebrate all of our student carers, and we know that during this time, your responsibilities may have increased. Read on to find out more about carers week, and how CUSU is here to support you.


Useful things

  • Information about Harassment Reporting

    24 Aug 2019

    This guide provides information about how to report hate crimes and harassment. Harassment Report encourages reports of incidents that may, or may not, be a crime and appear to be motivated by hostility or prejudice, including those based on race.




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