Keighley College Student Union (SU) has its own committee but forms part of Leeds City College SU. All post sixteen students are automatically a member of the SU. If you wish to opt out of being an SU member then you must request this in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On students’ behalf the SU will:
- Provide advice and support with college issues
- Organise trips, events and activities
- Support to create and run societies
- Provide work experience and volunteering opportunities
- Representation at senior college meetings
- National representation with NUS
Whilst studying away from the college building, the Student Union have organised a number of activities for students to stay in contact with friends. You can get involved in various activities, which can be found below.
Have your voice heard!
You could run to be a Class Representative being the voice for your fellow students on the Student Council.
This is a great opportunity to make a difference in the college and have your voice heard. It also looks great on your CV. Speak to Rachel Savage to get involved or for more information.
Each year the SU have a number of paid part-time and full-time posts which are elected by the student body. You can nominate yourself for these roles each year, so keep an eye out. If you don’t want to run, your voice still matters as you have a vote in who represents you in these roles.
Your current elected officers are:
President: Jenef Ngombo
Campaigns Officer: Katrina Joines
Education Officer: Mariamou Jawara
Equality and Diversity Officer: Queenie Mark Hor Kit
Higher Education Officer: Masum Miah
Sports and Societies Officer: Idrees Akhtar
Keighley Executive Officer: Lara Duggan
Introducing your Keighley Executive Officer, Lara
Hi, I’m Lara Duggan, your Keighley Executive Officer. I study Health and Social Care Level Two, and I’m here for all Keighley College students. I ran for this position because I wanted to make a difference to your college experience. I want to change and improve college so you feel comfortable. I will be a voice for all students. If you have any ideas to improve your college experience or activities you want to start please email me at IP00806@leedscitycollege.ac.uk or send me a hangout, search for Laura Duggan.
Through the Students’ Union, you’re also able to buy an TOTUM card for just £12, which gives you access to hundreds of discounts locally and nationally… and even further afield as it’s also an ISIC card for international students! As if all these deals weren’t enough, the LCCSU Student Platform gives you even more local and national exclusive offers – and it’s completely free to register!