Pop Up SU


Hello again,

I trust that at the close of week 5 you are keeping well and that studies are in full swing. Remember that if you are having any issues relating to your academic studies there are a host of people who can help you get to the bottom of whatever is holding you back. If you do not know who to speak to send me an email or give me a call and I will point you in the right direction.

email – su.vpeducation@qub.ac.uk

phone – 028 9097 3724

With issues like these in mind and the desire to make sure you are fully aware of the services provided by the Students’ Union we will be popping up all over campus. The first Pop Up was this Tuesday in the MBC and all the Student Officers really enjoyed meeting you guys and hearing about all the things that are important to you. We have lots of games and competitions with great prizes to be won including tickets to the Coronas and 6 months worth of cheese on toast. You will also learn a lot about current issues that the Students’ Union is working on through our campaigns, meetings with the University and events. We would love to see you at one of our next Pop Ups!

Upcoming dates:

  • McClay Library – 3rd and 4th November – 10-2pm
  • Postgraduate Centre – 10th November – 11.30 – 2pm
  • Peter Froggatt Centre – 17th and 18th November – 10-2pm


Caoimhe McNeill and I raising awareness of different groups within the LGBT+ community and telling students about the resources available at QUB to support you in your studies. We were also collecting signatures for a petition against the Blood Ban in Northern Ireland – there a large number of people in this country, including homosexual men, who are not allowed to donate their blood.


Our very smiley Welfare Officer Patrick Sally along with FASA and Ascert who were raising awareness of issues surrounding drug and alcohol abuse.


Our Community Officer Chloe Patterson and Connor Malone, chair of Rag, collecting much needed funds for this year’s Rag Charities.


Campaigns and Communications Officer Colin Stevenson collecting entries for our competition and Clubs and Societies Officer Niall asking students – ‘If you could change one thing about Queen’s University Belfast what would it be?’ – we had some excellent suggestions!

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