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Welcome May Starters!

We're your Students' Union (aka CUSU) and we're here to offer support and advice, to represent you, and to provide some fun ways to connect with each other.


There are a range of ways the Students' Union is here to support you and we recommend you take a couple of minutes to flick through this page and pick out a couple of events that appeal to you. But if you're in a rush and just want the quick version then...

Welcome Events

International Student Welcome
18th May 1pm - 2pm
Welcome International students
Ask a London Campus Student
19th May 1pm - 2pm
Join the Students' Union for a live Q&A Panel discussion with students currently studying at The London Campus to ask any question you might have as a new student wanting to settle in, get ahead in your studies and make friends.
Jackbox Party Games
19th May 6pm - 7:30pm
New Students: Meet. Play. Have Fun!
Welcome Quiz
20th May 3pm - 4pm
In the UK we love a quiz! Join us for a fun filled quiz where you can show everyone just how great your general knowledge is.
Virtual Coffee Break
21st May 11am - noon
Drop by, hang out, bring a coffee...
FREE Musical Bingo Night
21st May 7pm - 8:30pm
Let's get ready to play B-I-N-G-O!


CUSU is led by students. A team of elected officers and reps work throughout the year to ensure you are able to get the most from your experience at University.

The Sabbaticals are seven students who take a full year out from studies to work on the full range of student experience, both academic and non-academic. Each is responsible for a different area and you are welcome to contact them with any questions, suggestions or concerns you might have.

You will also have Academic Reps, students that represent you at the course, school, and faculty level. Any student can be a rep - including you! You can find out more here.

If you are a student at Coventry University, London you also have a dedicated London Officer, Immi Annoor, who works alongside her studies to represent London students.

Welfare & Support

The Students’ Union Advice Centre (SUAC) is a free, independent and confidential service for all students. We give advice and support on a wide range of problems including housing, consumer law, cheating and plagiarism, internal disciplinary and complaints.

If you need advice or support email with your name, student number, telephone number, and a brief description of your issue.


The advice and guidance around COVID-19 is changing all the time, the University maintains a page of frequently asked questions and service statuses.

The SU operates a social group for students on Facebook called the Lockdown Lounge offering support and activities for students which we recommend you join and introduce yourself on.

You can also submit any comments, suggestions, questions or feedback to the SU using the link below and it will be routed to the appropriate department or officer.

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