Plymouth College of Art Students' Union (PCA:SU) aims to represent, campaign and provide services for you in every aspect of your college life, from academic and social, to welfare and personal support.
The Union provides constructive and effective representation, high-quality services and exciting opportunities to enrich your student experience including art-related events and networking opportunities.
PCA:SU runs a number of clubs and societies that students can join, meet like-minded people, organise events and talks and more. The SU also organises events and trips for students to attend and annually elects a student body to represent students.
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What PCA:SU offer
Clubs and Societies
PCA:SU has a number of clubs and societies for students and also aims to involve as many students as possible within these clubs and societies. We have 16 societies and clubs that you can join they are: Netball Club, Debating Club, Film Club, Christian Society, LGBT Society, Marvel Club, Art and Feminism, Drama Club, Creative Cluster, Football Club, Games Club, Hula Hooping, Cosplay, Swimming Club, Sailing Club and GEMS Society.
If you would like to set up your own club or society please visit us in person or get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org
Events and Trips
Being a part of specialist clubs and societies are an important part of student life. From Surfing and Football to Design and Film, the societies are open to everyone and give you the chance to make friends, volunteer, learn something new and keep fit.
Committee and Elected Student Body
All positions for our Students' Union are voluntary posts, except for our Student President role. Elections happen twice a year at the end of September and at the end of the Spring term and offer you a fantastic opportunity to really make a difference; here at PCA:SU the elections give any student the chance to become part of the Executive Committee of Officers.
Both the college and the Students' Union place great value on the work of Union Officers as well as Course Representatives in enhancing your College experience and upholding a number of quality standards.
What is an NUS Card?
- The NUS extra card costs £12.00
- Gives you official ID to prove you are a student
- Gives you a host of exclusive in-store and online discount packages.
- Over 100 local, regional and national discounts.
- Up to 35,000 international discounts
Where can I get my NUS Card?
Buy yours online at cards.nus.org.uk/buy
PCA:SU contact detailsCB1.4 Plymouth College of Art Tavistock Place
Telephone: +441752 203443