A one year TOTUM card costs £14.99, a two year card is £24.99 and a three year card, £34.99. Here's a round-up of the deals you can expect.
Check out this super handy website for finding your way around Coventry University.
What can you expect in your first weeks?
This year for the first time, CUSU is bringing Communities Roadshows right to your door and lecture theatres. Join us in a raft of fun activities, meet your Communities and Sabbatical officers between September 17-26.
Your Vice President for Education at Coventry University Students' Union personally welcomes you to the city.
The pioneering Students’ Union Buddy Project not only welcomes EU and international first-year students to Coventry University, but is a vibrant cross-cultural exchange.
Experiencing any finance issues or difficulty? Our Students' Union Advice team offers free, independent and confidential help and is based in The Hub, Coventry.
As a student you are able to register at home and at your term-time address. So no matter where you are on Election day, you can vote. Registering also carries some other benefits.
All hail! Check out the £2m regeneration project about to reinvigorate one of CV1’s oldest shopping streets. Discover some great hidden independent retailers and historic attractions.
Wondering what to do if you're worried or concerned about an academic procedure or appeal?
What are the best TOTUM card student fashion discounts on offer?
CUSU's response to the latest government announcement.
Every September England's largest free festival of history and culture, brings together more than 2,000 organisations, 5,000 events and 40,000 volunteers, so what’s happening in Coventry?
Make the most of student discounts with a TOTUM card. Check out the best offers from food to fashion, tech and travel.
For just £35 guarantee entry to all Official Freshers Parties and more!
Find out the CUSU Spring Elections Results.
Students are being targeted with fake Tax Refund Emails in an attempt to get student bank account details. Make sure you don't get caught out.
In case you didn’t know 19th November is international Men’s Day. Each year the world raises awareness and aims to make a difference to issues men may face including toxic masculinity and mental health.