Club Commmittee Hub
We have put together everything you need a club committee member to run your club, from essential documents & resources, grant information, to how to promote your activity via the Students' Union.
We have created a guide for both outgoing and incoming committees on the process of handovers. From setting up an online AGM though the NUSU website, so all the necessary documents you need to complete, we hope that you find this page useful. If you have any questions, feel free to contact a member of the Activities Team.
Key Documents & Resources
All of your important and essentials documents, form and guides to running your club for the next academic year. As well as this we have included some handy guides to understanding your roles, officer training as well as guidance on charity collection and booking external speakers.
Promoting your Club
Find out how you can promote your club and events through the digital screens in the Students' Union, our website & our social media.
Information about how to create events, member emails, polls and sign-ups on the website, as well as how to edit your club page.
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Give it a Go Collaboration
Give it a Go is a great way for your club or society to gain new members. We are one of the biggest departments in the Students’ Union, and it is a fantastic way to advertise your club or society to new and existing students. In order to book in your Give it a Go session you will need to complete this form. If you would like to run several different sessions you will have to submit one form for each session – you don’t need to do this if it’s the same activity but over different dates, just pop the various dates on the form.
All Give it a Go activities are run at a basic introductory level and should be suitable for beginners. Please remember that you should run workshops which link to your activities. For example, society led Give it a Go sessions should relate to your society activity. You should run an event in what you are experts in.
Inclusive Newcastle includes programmes and initiatives aimed to increase engagement with sport, remove barriers and offer support to all students. This includes our disability sports programme, designed to help students keep active, have some fun and enjoy healthy competition.
The choice is yours. Participate with one of our 66 sports clubs on campus, play weekly social sport in our participation programme, attend NCL Sports Centre gym or get involved with one of our community sports clubs.
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