Join us at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on 17th January at 10am for our Refreshers Fair, with over 100 societies.

We ask that all attendees and stallholders take a lateral flow test (LFT) or PCR test up to 48 hours before visiting the fair (i.e. from Saturday 15th January onwards). A negative result must be shown at the entrance to the fair to enter - this can be in the form of a picture, NHS text message / email, or on the NHS app. We ask that all attendees and stallholders wear a mask (unless exempt) whilst in the venue. We also encourage attendees to social distance where possible and be respectful of those around you. If you would like further information on our Covid-19 guidance for the event, please email

You can find out more about all of our societies on the 'Try Something New' Page. 


Click here to see a list of societies attending the fair


We are your Students' Union

We represent all students across the University, from first year undergraduates to final year PhD students, and everyone in-between. We advocate for students interests on University committees, run campaigns on student issues, and support student representatives and societies in making changes across different parts of the University. As well as a President (UG) and President (PG), we have two Access, Education and Participation Officers, a Welfare and Community Officer, and officers representing three different liberation constituencies (Self-identifying, women, BME and disabled students). We all work full-time for the SU, dedicating ourselves to representing student interests on campus. You can find out more about our officers here.


Anjum Nahar, President PG & Zak Coleman, President UG






Cambridge SU is the representative body for all students at the university, which you are automatically made a member of when you join the university. We are a new organisation, resulting from the merging of the old SU and Graduate Union, so now represent all undergraduate and postgraduate students under one banner.


Officers are elected from within the student body in Lent Term of every year and begin working full-time in July. This year, our priorities are to guarantee student safety and wellbeing in the context of the pandemic, to improve safeguarding and reporting practices across the University, to propose changes to the PhD supervision system, and to overhaul the Undergraduate term structure to reduce workloads and loneliness.