AUSA

AUSA

Welcome to our Aberdeen University Students' Association (AUSA) resources page. You will find information more information about AUSA below. 

Aberdeen University Students’ Association (AUSA) is a student-led organisation that aims to support, empower and represent students during their University experience. When you join the University, you’re automatically enrolled in the Students’ Association where you are encouraged to share your views so that we can help you make the most of your time at university.

AUSA is led by five elected students, known as sabbatical officers. These officers work together as a team, each focusing on their individual remit to represent you and drive forward your interests. Sabbaticals will collaborate on issues aiming to make positive changes at University, local and national levels.

With over 55 sports clubs and over 180 societies, AUSA and the University have a vibrant community spirit. Whether you’re looking to play football, learn to skate, or appreciate a fine whisky, we have a society and club for everyone. Joining a club or society is a great way to meet new people and experience new things as well as continue to develop your skills, hobbies and passions.

We have many great student-run services; Nightline, Bookends, Granite City TV, Aberdeen Student Radio, The Gaudie student newspaper, and CASE. They provide great opportunities to raise awareness, build student communities, and enrich student experiences.

AUSA Advice offers free and impartial advice to students. You can get in touch with us for support with anything from academic advice, health & wellbeing, part-time employment to housing and accommodation needs.

AUSA will host a number of drop-in chats to answer any questions you have - make sure you register through your RSVP link for the event you'd like to attend.

You can find out more about AUSA at their website: https://www.ausa.org.uk/