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What are we working on? Read about our Cambridge SU projects and find out how you can get involved.
The Alternative Prospectus is a huge source of information written and sustained by current students at Cambridge University headed by the Access, Education and Participation Officers.
Big Cambridge Survey
The Big Cambridge Survey captures information about the experiences of students and tracks disparities ensuring Cambridge SU can lobby for change.
Black Lives Matter
As your Students’ Union we stand firmly and completely against racism. We stand in full solidarity with all those protesting racism, in the UK, America and across the world, now and always.
Boycott the NSS
A boycott sends a strong message that we stand against the government's approach to universities, which is doing real harm to the higher education system.
Follow CambTweeters as they tweet daily to show you what Cambridge student life is really like and answer your questions!
Reclaim The Night
Reclaim the Night is an annual march that takes place in Cambridge and other places across the country. It is a night to walk the streets without fear of persecution.
Register to vote
We're doing our part to make sure Cambridge students are registered to vote. It only takes five minutes to make sure you have your voice heard.
The Shadowing Scheme is the UK’s largest free student-led access initiative which runs Thursday-Saturday residential* over three weeks for Year 12 (or equivalent) and mature students studying at a state school in the UK.
Student-Led Teaching Awards
Rewarding outstanding teaching and student support at Cambridge University
Target Schools is a campaign run by Cambridge SU which sends current students back to their schools or other schools in their area to talk to pupils about university.
Cambridge SU stands in solidarity with UCU workers. Find out more about UCU strikes including why they happen and how they affect students.