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Societies

Home to 100+ student-run societies

100+

Societies

2,188

Members

450+

Exec Members

 

Meet others & have fun doing something you enjoy

Whether you’re looking for members of your faith or cultural background, searching for others in your department or just want to hang out with those who share the same interests; there’s something for everyone to get involved with.

A family of 100+ unique and wonderful communities.

Welcome to Societies at Essex.

WHAT'S ON 🎉

AuDHD Neurodivergent Society Saturday Arts and Crafts
2nd March 1pm - 4pm
NTC.1.03
Join us on a Saturday afternoon for some relaxing crafts including colouring pages and origami. Alternatively, bring your own crafting project along!
Society Event
Catholic Lent Retreat Day
3rd March 12:30pm - 1:30pm
5300A
After Mass we will be having a Lenten Retreat day with Fr Pius and Fr Mark. Stay for Food and discussion To get to room 5300 go to Square 2, take entrance 2NE and follow the signs. Watch this video for directions: https://youtu.be/0AAgNuK5JkE?si=J
AuDHD Neurodivergent Society Board Games Afternoon
5th March 1pm - 4pm
TC.2.6 + 2.7
Bring your own board games along or see what weve got on offer.Card games also welcome
Society Event
Christian Union CU Main Meeting
5th March 7:15pm - 9pm
CTC 2.02
Our main meeting! Come and join us to study the Bible, sing songs, and meet other Christians on campus! Tuesdays in CTC.2.02, starting at 19:30.
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GET INVOLVED

Joining is easy – simply find the club you want to join, add the membership to your basket and checkout! There’s no limit to the number of clubs you can join. Membership prices and options vary from one club to the next but all have a FREE social membership which allows you to try the club, support the team and join in with club elections and socials. And a playing membership which means you can attend all training sessions, gives you insurance against injury and in some case, uniform items.

 

START YOUR OWN

Societies can be of many benefits to you; they can create a home away from home, compliment your studies, or simply just provide you with something really fun that you love to get involved in.

18 new societies were created in 22/23. If you have a particular passion you want to explore then you can simply start your own!

FAQS 🔥

A community set up and run by our members. There are 100+ student-led societies. Whether you’re looking for members of your faith or cultural background, searching for others in your department, or looking to hang out with those who share the same interests as you, there is something for everyone to get involved with.

You can join an SU society by purchasing their membership on their SU webpage. You can find a list of all SU societies here. You must remember to be logged in to do this. Purchasing a society membership will mean that you receive all emails that the society sends out and some society events will be ‘members only’ or that members could be eligible for discounted event tickets. Even if the membership is free, you must checkout in order to join a society.

Your society membership will start from the point of purchase until expiry on the following 31st July. There is an exception for those who are January starters (their membership will expire on the following 31st December upon purchase and proof of start date).

Couldn’t find a society for you? Luckily, you can start a new society. You must first make sure that the name and goals of your new society are not too similar to any existing society. After this you must find at least four students to fill the core Exec roles of: President, Secretary (or Vice-President), Treasurer, and Welfare Officer. To submit your new society for approval you first complete the new society form and send this to susocs@essex.ac.uk, cc’ing in all 20 of your signatories. If you have any questions about this form or the general process of starting a society please get in contact at susocs@essex.ac.uk.

Yes, you are able to join a society if you are not a student. However, only active students of the University of Essex can hold the core exec positions for a society.

If you have any concerns about how a society is being run or wish to make a complaint, please get in touch with us at susocs@essex.ac.uk or come and talk to us.

All of our society execs are volunteers. We know it can be challenging to balance studies with running a society. We first recommend sending the society exec an email. Their contact information can be found in the ‘contact’ tab of their society page. You may also find details on their society page about social media accounts or WhatsApp groups for the society. Please reach out to them first and allow time for them to respond. If you still haven’t heard back, email susocs@essex.ac.uk and we can help out.