With over 250 societies, over 65 sports clubs plus associations, community hubs and the SU Advice Centre, there are so many ways to connect with the SU. Whether you are looking to try new things, make some friends or need support - the SU are here to help!
With no music degree at Warwick, everything at the Music Centre is done just for fun. Join a musical society in any genre, sign up for private tuition or simply book a practice room.
From learning to swim, to rock up and play football to joining a league, there are lots of ways to get involved with sport at Warwick, blow off some steam and meet new people!
This Network aims to provide current students from widening participation (WP) backgrounds, the chance to meet peers, share experiences and find out about opportunities that are available to you. Check the criteria for your eligibility before joining.
Do you want to learn about sustainability and find out more about what’s being done to improve the University’s environmental performance?
Do you fancy getting involved and helping to make positive changes across the University community?
Sign up to be a Green Champion! This network is open to all Staff, PGR and students who want to help make our University environment and community a greener, healthier, happier place to live, work and study.
Residential Community Team
The RCT's goal is to build a safe and welcoming community for all students living in on-campus residences and create a sense of belonging.
Warwick Arts Centre aim to support the next generation of artists and arts audiences and have had some incredible collaborations with students and societies in the past. Now they're looking to make it easier for more students to share their emerging ideas and talent.
Breaking Eggs will support up to two student collaboration events per term. Submissions are only accepted from Warwick students, events can take the shape of performances, workshops, talks, screenings and more.
There are a wide range of staff networks and many are also open to PhD students.
BAME, Carers, Digital Accessibility, Disabled, Diversity Book Club, Jewish, LGBTQU+, Menopause, Part-time Staff, Stand with Ukraine, Support for parents/carers of neurodivergent young people, Working Parents.
This new group (established June 2022) is solely focused on meeting and socialising with fellow early career staff members at Warwick who are a few years in or starting out in their careers. PhD students are also welcome.