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LE24: Nominations Now Open!

Monday 12 February 2024 12:40 News

Nominations for Leadership Elections 2024 are now OPEN!

This is your chance to get directly involved and make tangible change to the College, and represent the students of Imperial. With so many positions available there is something for everyone! Find out everything you need to know at our Leadership Elections page.

Nominations are open now until 12:00 Monday 1 March.

Our Officer Goals for Spring Term

Monday 8 January 2024 10:00 Blog
Officer Trustees Team
Happy New Year and welcome back to Imperial, from us, your Officer Trustees!   We hope you're looking forward to the Spring Term!

As we welcome you back from the Winter break, we wanted to let you know how last term went and what our plans for the next months are.


Our joint goal as Officer Trustees this year is sustainability.  Loads of positive progress has already been made and this will continue to be a top priority for us!

Stress Less this January

Monday 8 January 2024 09:30 News

8th to the 18th January

We know that exam time can be really stressful, but it's important to look after yourself while you study. Did you know that even a short amount of physical activity can have a positive impact on your mood and wellbeing, and help your brain to focus and memorise information? To help you relieve stress during the exam period, we've joined forces with Move Imperial to put together a series of free, short physical activity events to get you moving and support your wellbeing.

Disability History Month: What is Neurodiversity?

Tuesday 28 November 2023 10:04 Blog
Disabilities Officer

What is neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity is a concept that celebrates the diversity of human brains and minds. It acknowledges that people have unique neurological differences, just like variations in personalities, skills, and abilities. While everyone's brain develops similarly, no two brains function just alike. Being neurodivergent means having a brain that works differently from the average or “neurotypical” person. These differences should be embraced and valued, everyone has a role to play no matter how their brain works.