There are loads of ways to have your say at Liverpool Guild of Students. We value your experiences as part of the student body and want your voices to be heard. Whether you want to run in an Election, challenge University policy, or make positive change for your fellow students, this is the place to do it.
This campaign fought for the University to fund the full cost of Educational Psychologist Assessments for any student seeking support.
When some University Lecturers went on strike over a pensions dispute the Guild’s members voted to support striking Trade Union members.
Raising awareness of the University’s Lecture Capture policy and increasing the number of lectures being recorded for students to access.
Nightline was a confidential phone service run by a team of trained volunteers to provide a listening ear for students.
A series of lectures on identity, black history and liberation. Students from multiple backgrounds explored concepts of intersectionality, discrimination and decolonisation.
The Guild organised for students to attend a National Demo to protest against rising tuition fees and improve student living standards.
We worked with NUS and the University to support students and challenge Government when maintenance grants and nursing bursaries were cut.
This campaign worked with sports teams to challenge discrimination against people based on their sexuality.