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For Students

The University aspires to provide an inclusive learning community and aims to work with all our students to achieve their goals.  

Whether you are a BAME student seeking guidance to help you successfully continue with your studies, looking for a safe space to talk or need support with your mental health we are here to help.

Visit the Student Support area of the student webpages for more details...

Our student peer mentors are trained to provide a safe and confidential space for fellow students to talk freely and ask questions, providing reassurance and guidance to help you succeed by sharing their knowledge and experience.

We have a diverse pool of student peer mentors for you to choose from. Our students are from various backgrounds, with differing experiences including several BAME peer mentors. 

 Click here to register for a peer mentor...

The Students' Union provide independent representation if you feel that you would be more comfortable talking to someone outside of the University, while Student Course Representatives are elected by you to give feedback to your programme on key issues affecting your student experience.

Visit the CCSU website...

The Students’ Union Council is made up of 22 elected Officers who represent all of the cohorts across the University. There are two dedicated BAME Officers to represent BAME students.

More on the Students' Union Council...

The Students' Union BAME network aims to provide a space for BAME students at Canterbury Christ Church University to discuss, question, challenge and take action, where necessary, to promote race equality and diversity.

More on the SU BAME Network...

 

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