The Students’ Guild works closely with the National Union of Students (NUS) and the University itself.
Open to you
Our Student’s Guild is run for students by students. It's an open, friendly bunch of people who represent your views to the university and organise student entertainment.
The Students’ Guild will help you to settle into university life by organising a range of activities ensuring that you meet like-minded people, have fun and a good social life outside of your yniversity study.
Clubs and societies
Our campus is an active one with societies and events happening all year long. Societies from adventurous sports to golf, kickboxing, women’s football and motorsports or dance, faith, amateur dramatics, creative media, psychology and many more have been created by students. Societies are getting started all the time and the guild can also help towards funding.
Big ideas? Visit the Guild – if there is a society you want to start or you’ve got an idea for the campus, we will welcome your input.
“My target is to always ensure the students of Glyndŵr are fully represented, both internally and at a national level via the National Union of Students. One of my aims is to ensure Glyndŵr University students have a great choice of extra-curricular activities to enjoy in their spare time.”
Adam Fuller, Students' Guild president 2011-2013
Fresher’s Week – the Students’ Guild give you a week to remember. In 2012 we enjoyed Judge Jules, Silent Disco, DJ Graham Park, bhangra nights and a surprise guest appearance at a karaoke night by ‘Kevin’ (actor Thomas Ian Nicholas) from the film American Pie. Students were given tours of Wrexham, taken on trips to Chester Zoo as well as on-campus fun such as treasure hunts.
Throughout the year the Guild organises parties such as at Christmas and Chinese New Year and student balls for residents as well as charity events and RAG (Raising and Giving) week. Many events are held in our new dedicated student bar in the Glyndŵr University Racecourse Stadium, which opened in 2012 after an £90K refurbishment.
As well as the fun part of university the Students' Guild president and vice-president are there to put your views forward to the university. The Students’ Guild is made up of two full-time sabbatical officers (president and vice-president) and 13 part-time voluntary executive officers. Each year the Students’ Guild hold elections to fill these positions.
The Students’ Guild can help you with any issues or advice you may have or simply let you know what’s going on around the university. The important thing is to get in touch.
The Students’ Guild is easy to find in the Edward Llwyd Building, next to the library.
Get in touch