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Welcome to KeeleSU!

As students you are automatically members of Keele Students' Union, which is an independent organisation dedicated to supporting you and representing your interests as students. There are a number of services at KeeleSU that may be of interest to you.


If you are interested in volunteering locally, we have a Volunteering department with hundreds of opportunities throughout the year. Check them out to see what may be suitable for you, and sign up to their mailing list to receive emails about future opportuntities throughout the year.


Clubs and Societies

Clubs and Societies are student-led groups that focus on specific interests. We have 36 different clubs, from cricket to korfball, and over 130 societies. These include academic societies like Accounting and Finance, as well as non-academic interests like Animanga, Islamic Society and Bangla Society. Click here to find out about all of our clubs and societies.

ASK and Jobshop

Advice and Support at Keele (ASK) is our advice centre for Keele students. If you're having any issues with your studies, or financial/accommodation concerns, visit ASK on the ground floor of the SU building. You will also find Jobshop here, where you can apply for jobs at KeeleSU and within the local area to fit around your studies.


Elected Student Officers

You may have met some of our full-time officers here at KeeleSU; Tom, Ele, Amy, Elliott, and Sam. You can find out more about what the full-time officers do here.

We also have a number of part-time officers, such as Ian Wong, our International Students' Officer, and Ahmed Elkady, our BME (Black Minority Ethnic) Officer. You can find out about all of them here.

The full-time and part-time elected student officers are here to represent you.

If you have an idea to change something here at the Students' Union or the University --> speak to the officers! 

If you want to run a campaign or be involved in campaigns surrounding an issue you really care about--> speak to the officers! 

There is so much you can get involved in here at the Students' Union that will improve your experience and time here at Keele, help you to meet new people and make friends, give you volunteering hours and awards and enhance your employability skills. 


To find out more, look around the website and visit the Students' Union building in the centre of campus. You can visit the Student Opportunities and Voice Office on the 2nd floor of the building, we'll be happy to chat to you! 

We look forward to seeing you all!




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