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Get involved and help shape your campus this term

Artist The Fandangoe Kid will be hosting two workshops at the Welcome Fair.

19 September 2018

There are lots of ways for you to get involved in helping to shape your campus, whether you’re a student, a member of staff or part of our community. We’re kicking off with a programme of engagement opportunities with lots of ways to get involved and have your voice heard in Campus Heart.

September 2018

Get creative in a workshop with visual narrative artist, The Fandangoe Kid. We’ll explore what it means to belong and be part of Bristol University. The first workshop will take place at the Welcome Fair on Friday 28 September and there will be more workshops for staff and students during the autumn term. Make sure to get involved.

Our new Indoor Sports Centre is opening its doors this month. Did we mention there are great free taster sessions to sample too, the week starting 17 September?


Students can sign up for the Student Advisory group and help shape the Campus Heart programme. The group meets monthly and student Advisors get a £10 voucher, a LinkedIn recommendation and it counts towards Bristol Plus.

Come and see the new spaces to meet, study and relax at Senate House on 18 October. There will be a walking tour for students have a sneak peak some of your new spaces are taking shape. Keep an eye on our website for details on how to get involved soon.


Come and see a brand-new space to relax and meet friends – right at the heart of the campus. The SU 'Living Room' will be opening its doors at Senate House, ready to receive its first visitors. Make sure you have a look and try out the space yourself.

We’re listening – with the help of your feedback, we’re transforming the spaces in and around Tyndall Avenue to create opportunities for everyone to learn, study and teach, get help and support, and just relax.

Want to stay informed? Come to our events and sign up for regular newsletter updates. They'll be full of more opportunities for you to get involved and have your say.

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