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Representing and supporting students to develop and achieve

Our Student Networks are student-led groups who exist to connect underrepresented areas of the student population, build communities, enhance diversity on campus, highlight current issues and empower like-minded students to act collectively to bring about change and make a difference.

Find out more about each of our Student Networks by clicking on the blocks below:

Disabled Students' Network International Students' NetworkBAME Students' NetworkMature, Parents and Carers NetworkPostgraduate Students' NetworkCommuter Students' NetworkSustainability Network LGBTQ+ Students' NetworkWomen's NetworkThe Widening Participation Network

Our vision at Worcester Students’ Union is  "representing and supporting students to develop and achieve" and ensuring all of our students’ voices are heard is a big part of that. That's why last year we launched our new Student Networks.

The Networks are representive bodies that can lead campaigns, hold forums and organise social events. They provide a crucial student voice in the SU's decision making processes and send representatives to both Student Council and Welfare and Inclusion Council.

Worcester SU has 10 Student Networks which are each led by an elected student committee. They are also supported by our SU President.

Membership of Networks is free although some may also have a social membership to help fund those activities

**Committee Vacancies**

Some of our Student Networks are currently looking for students to join their committees.

Click here to read the core committee roles
Click here to read the additional committee roles

If you're interested in taking on one of the committee roles for a Student Network, then please fill out this short form. If you have any questions or would like to find out more, please email studentsunion@worc.ac.uk.