Being an Aber SU clubs means you can make the most of the following benefits:
- An annual slot at the SU Fresher’s Fair
- A customisable webpage on www.abersu.co.uk and an individual @aber.ac.uk email address to directly communicate with the student body
- Full time sabbatical officer and staff support
- Financial support for the group e.g. termly grants, prize draws, national competitions etc.
- Funding towards training development opportunities for club individuals, through the Coach Education Fund e.g. coaching qualifications, conferences, etc.
- Access to campus-wide publicity for your club’s activities
- Advice and support with organising events, which companies to use, etc.
- Volunteer recognition and reward through the Aber Award
- Accredited training opportunities and funding towards external ones, e.g. first aid
- Access to Union facilities and minibus hire
- Among many other perks!
Complete the “New Club/Society” form on the Team Aber Resource Hub. The form asks you to explain what your club will be about, include at least 10 individuals who will be interested in joining your club, and list at least the three core committee members (President, Secretary and Treasurer). If your club would like to participate in BUCS, then you will also need a BUCS Captain on committee.
The Opportunities Team will then review your application. We will check the suitability for your club to ensure that:
- It does not replicate an existing club
- It does not propose any reputation risk to the Union, and the wider community
- Its primary aims are for the benefit of Aberystwyth University students
Once reviewed we will contact you with the outcome within two weeks.
Once approved, we will work with you to create your core documents:
- Code of conduct
- Risk Assessment
- Equipment List
At the same time, we will be creating your club/society assets:
- Club/society Email
- Finance Account
- Microsoft Teams
Complete the Committee Training. This is to train you up and provide you with everything you need to know about running a club and utilising your club assets.
Once you have completed the training you are set to go!
You can start by:
- Advertising who you are and begin attracting members
- Booking Union/Uni facilities
- Applying for a starting grant
- Reaching out for sponsorships
For anything related to running a student group, check out the Team Aber Resource Hub or contact your relevant coordinator!
Clubs come and go; this is your chance to adopt one of our vacant clubs and bring it new life!
If you're interested in adopting one of these clubs, contact your Student Opportunities Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit us in the Opportunities Office
- Underwater Hockey
- Table Tennis
- Aber Karv
- Kalah System
- Clay Pigeon Shooting