RGU: Union is the RGU's Student Association. The Union is here to represent all RGU Students and make your student life at RGU the best it can be!
One of the key areas they are working on is being your voice at RGU. The union is run by a team of elected Presidents who were voted into office by you to represent your voice and work on projects to support you. If there is anything you would like to see changed at RGU, then get in touch with your elected officers, as it is your voice that will make a difference.
RGU: Union also provides a range of opportunities for you to get involved in, such as societies, sports clubs, student media, volunteering, charity fundraising and so much more. They also have services such as advice and support teams, RGU Go Green, RGU Nightline, and Deeview Student Shop. RGU: Union has so much for students to get involved in, so they encourage you to get in touch, find out more, and make the most of it.
There is a wide variety of sports clubs and societies that you can get involved with.
Joining a club or society is an ideal way to meet new friends and develop skills that will enhance your CV. If there is an activity that you are interested in but it is not represented, we will help you to set up a club or society.
Throughout the year you will have the opportunity to learn a new sport.
We have a range of difference societies ranging from academic to general interest to faith and much more.
Safe Taxi Scheme
RGU:Union, in partnership with AUSA and Rainbow City Taxis operate a Safe Taxi Scheme for students in Aberdeen. This scheme is there in emergencies if students do not have any money to get home safety. They can order a Rainbow City Taxi and use their student card as payment.
Using the scheme
- Call Rainbow City Taxis on 01224 878787 and order a 'RGU Safe Taxi' and quote your student number
- Hand over your student card to the driver, and collect a receipt at the end
- Come to RGU:Union on University Street to pay the fare and collect your card
20, February, 2018 Gray’s lecturer is shining STAR for his students
David Blyth, who lectures in Contemporary Art Practice (CAP) at Gray’s School of Art, is a shining example of a lecturer who goes the extra mile to ensure his students’ have an experience to remember while under his supervision.