The Equality and Diversity Unit represents and supports students as well as staff.
We are always happy to hear from students with ideas, comments or suggestions relating to equality and diversity.
The following links may be of use:
Widening Participation and Fair Access
Canterbury Christ Church University is proud to have been awarded the Frank Buttle Trust Quality Mark for our commitment to supporting Looked After Young People aspiring to university and in helping them through their time at our University.
For more information, visit the Outreach and Partnerships web pages.
Canterbury Christ Church Students' Union is made up of elected students, who represent different elements of the Student Experience, from representing disabled students to running campaigns, and looking after student welfare matters.
Sabbatical Officers are former students who are elected by students to work in the SU for a year in paid positions. Their jobs involve representing you to the University and other bodies as well as leading and developing the SU.
They are joined on the
Council by students Officers in a range of positions
including Students with Disabilities Officer,
Women's Officer and Ethnic Minorities Officer.
2. Get involved in a Society or set up your own
The Students' Union has a wide range of societies that you can get involved in. These include a thriving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) society, a Conversation Buddy society, and various different Faith societies. If you can't see the society that you want to join, you can consider setting up your own.