Make a difference

You can have an impact and contribute to a lasting legacy in the community at City University London, the wider community in London or help protect the environment through our sustainability initiatives. It’s a great way to demonstrate your passion for a cause and give something back. 

How can I make a difference?

CitySport's Gym has more than 120 stations which include the latest cardiovascular and resistance equipment from Matrix and an extensive range of free weights and functional training rigs. ... More
Starting university is an exciting and enjoyable time. However it can also be worrying for new students, which is where CityBuddies comes in. A CityBuddy is a second or third year undergraduate,... More
Student Ambassadors are integral to the Marketing and Recruitment team’s activities throughout the year. Our ambassadors enjoy a great deal of variety in their work. Duties include showing people... More
Do you want to make a difference at City and in the local community? Are you looking for an opportunity to lead on projects and campaigns? Do you want to develop employment skills that will make you... More
There are several faith-based societies available through City Students' Union, representing a variety of traditions. Get involved and learn more about your own faith or explore the beliefs of others... More
All teams need leaders.  Do you possess the ability to lead, motivate, and organise a group of individuals into a team?  Then get involved, and show your leadership skills.  Join a... More
Roof Over London is a free legal advice clinic for individuals renting private accommodation within London. It is run by students of The City Law School and supervised by qualified legal... More
Volunteer to help benefit the local community through a variety of one-off, weekly or monthly projects. We run one-offs to give you the opportunity to try out volunteering without having to make a... More
Programme Reps are at the heart of the Students’ Union. Programme Reps are the first line of contact for the University and the SU in gaining honest and relevant feedback – both good and bad – from... More