Making change happen
We're here to make sure you get the most out of your time at Manchester Met, this includes campaigning to create positive change across the University – and wherever else it matters.
Led by your elected Student Officers, The Union campaigns on the issues that matter.
We also support any student who wants to start a campaign. Want to make change happen?
Submit your campaign ideas here
2016 / 2017
February is LGBT+ History month, a time to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* people throughout history.
We're running this campaign to make your spare time away from studying more worthwhile.
We're working to reduce the amount of assessments you have bunched together with deadlines at the same time.
At The Union, we are currently working on our new strategy – which is all about living, learning and belonging.
It’s OK is a campaign that aims to tackle the stigma surrounding mental health.
#ManOnSide is a campaign to bring about awareness of equality in sport.
We celebrated Black History Month in October with a range of activities and events.
2015 / 2016
Manchester Met submitted an entry into this year’s Manchester Pride Parade
We are working hard to ensure that you are receiving both timely and quality feedback
Student Officers are working to keep your Wednesday afternoons free for personal development.
Help us to spread the message far and wide that there is no room for homophobia and transphobia in sport.
We're campaigning against the government's decision to stop maintenance grants to new students from September 2016.
The University agreed to cover some of your additional costs.
Ace your exams with these top revision tips and welfare advice.
This is our guide to ensure you consider all relevant factors when renting a house.
2014 / 2015
Find out how to register and who to vote for.