This year, due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, we’ve renamed the campaign to ‘De-Stress at a Distance’ and are excited to bring you this dedicated Native platform where you'll be able to find a variety of virtual events that you can sign-up for and engage with.
These are difficult and stressful times, so please remember that we’re all here to support you throughout the studying and exam period with a range of activities and fun content aimed at reducing stress.
Some additional events and updates will be listed on the SRC website: https://www.glasgowstudent.net/whats-on/exam-destress/
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How do I sign up to one of these volunteering opportunities?
I need some support, who should I contact?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and please state in your email further details about the event or topic you are asking about so we can deal with your response as quickly as possible.
What is native?
Native is a student events discovery platform that aims to deliver the best experiences to students. Our website and app show events in your city and now we power experiences like University of Glasgow Freshers' Week 2020.
This year we are supporting the Student Union community through the Coronavirus Pandemic by providing an out-of-the box virtual events solution, in addition to top quality online and socially-distanced events for freshers programmes.
Will GUSRC events be accessible for me?
We strive to make our events as accessible as possible.
For enquiries about disability access and support, please get in touch with the Disability Service at email@example.com or phone 0141 330 5497.
The McIntyre Building and Gilchrist Postgraduate Club are all accessible - as is the Main Building. For more information on the accessibility of campus, head to the University's website.
I have more questions about GUSRC events - who can I talk to?
For questions relating to GUSRC events please get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Are Under 18s Permitted to Attend GUSRC Events?
For 99% of GUSRC events your age doesn't matter as our events do not ten to involve entering licensed premises (a bar). In the event that our events do take place in a licensed premises we will make you aware via the event description.
QMU and GUU's buildings contain bars, so for their physical events there are some restrictions.
Under 18s are permitted entry to the QMU for the whole night as we close at 12AM. Under 18s are not permitted to buy alcohol, and QMU will be stamping/wristbanding those Freshers that are over 18 so that we don't serve anyone who is underage.
For further information about the policies of the Unions please contact them directly.