As a student at Confetti, you are automatically a member of Nottingham Trent Students’ Union and can access our facilities and opportunities — it’s one of the perks of being a Confetti student.
The Students’ Union building in the city centre is just a short walk away from Confetti and is designed to be your second home. Whether you’re catching up with friends over coffee or taking a break from your studies at one of our events, you’ll find everything you need to make the most of university life.
Socialising has a huge role to play in your university experience and Nottingham Trent Students’ Union has a varied events calendar that is sure to make your time here more memorable, featuring clothing fairs, quizzes, live music and more.
There are so many opportunities on offer at the Students’ Union that give you the chance to grow and do something you love alongside your studies, including:
They are all great ways to meet new people, try new things and improve your employability. But more importantly – they’re a chance to have fun!
See all of our current opportunities here.
Your voice matters, and the Students’ Union is here to make sure it’s heard.
We have a team of representatives who are elected to make positive changes on your behalf. These include your Executive Officers who work full-time to represent you on everything from your studies to your welfare, Equality and Diversity Officers who represent a range of student demographics, and Course and School Reps who represent your academic interests.
If you want to propose changes to your student experience, you can submit a Big Idea or even become a representative yourself.
We understand that university life can be challenging sometimes. Like a true friend, we’re not just here for the good times, we’re also here for when times get tough.
We run a series of events and campaigns throughout the year designed to provide support and raise awareness of issues you might face at university.
Our Information and Advice Service offers free, confidential advice on everything from housing to mental health. You can book an appointment with an advisor or access downloadable advice guides at www.trentstudents.org/advice.