SUBU are a fairtrade organisation alongside BU.
RAG Society align with this SDG.
Over 150kg of food has been donated by SUBU Students for local food banks and homeless charities.
Reducetarian Society align with this SDG.
SUBU advice helps over 1200 students every year. They always promote health and wellbeing to students.
First Aid Society, Nursing Society, Nutrition Society, Occupational Therapy Society, ODP Society, Physician Associate Society, Physiotherapy Society and Unifitness Society all align with this SDG.
This year we introduced faculty reps, who attend faculty level and university wide meetings to ensure quality education is at the top of the university’s agenda. They speak for students from their faculties by analysing SimOn data to provide evidence of students’ feelings towards certain topics.
Hospitality and Tourism Society, Law Society, Postgraduate Society align with this SDG.
SUBU have a Women's Campaign and a Trans and Non-Binary Campaign that are very active throughtout the year. We have a women's officer who sites on SUBU's executive committee.
Women in Business and Women in Engineering Societies align with this SDG.
The Student Centre has an Automatic Meter System that will alert the Estate's team if their is a leak in any of the water system.
Campus Collective align with this SDG.
Carbon Emissions are down 45% across campus. The Student Centre where SUBU is based is a BREEAM rated "Excellent Building".
Hopeful Future Network align with this SDG.
SUBU employ over 190 student workers to help with the running of the commercial operation.
Breath of Life Society, Business Society and Forbes Society align with this SDG.
SUBU reside in a BREEAM Excellent rated building. This has decreased our energy and water use.
The Hopeful Future Network align with this SDG.
We have SUBU liberation campaigns that include Disabled Students Campaign, LGB+ Students Campaign, Black Students Campaign, Trans and Non-Binary Students Campaign, Asian, Arabic and Ethnic Minority Students Campaign.
African and Carribean Society, Different Abilities Society, Filipino Society, Ghanaian Society, Indian Society, Indonesian Society, IRIS Society, Islamic Society, Japanese Society, Latino Society, Nepalese Society, Spanish Society and the Vietnamese Society all align with this SDG.
In February 2018 SUBU took on a local allotment to go with our Green Loop project. This is managed by the SUBU Campus Collective Society.
The Campus Collective Society align with this SDG.
SUBU follow a responsible and sustainable purecurement policy. Our commercial outlets follow our plastic policy and we charge a tax on customers who do not bring in a reusable coffee cup or who purchase bottled water.
Campus Collective and The Reducetarian Society align with this SDG.
Carbon Emissions are down 45% across campus. The Student Centre where SUBU is based is a BREEAM rated "Excellent Building.
The Hopeful Future Network and Campus Collective align with this SDG.
SUBU have student beach champions who organise and take part in regular beach cleans to protect marine life and our seas and beaches.
Boat Club, Sailing Club, Surf Club and Wildlife Conservation Society align with this SDG.
The Green Loop project is a not-for-profit ethical food social enterprise, led by Bournemouth Campus Collective and is fully supported by NUS Student Eats, SUBU, the BU Estates Department and the student community itself.
Campus Collective, Extinction Rebellion Society, Reducetarian Society and the Wildlife Conservation Society align with this SDG.
SUBU is a transparent, accountable and inclusive institution at all levels.
Criminology Society, Law Society, Politics Society and Social Sciences Society align with this SDG.
We work strongly in partnership with Bournemouth University and external stakeholders in our work on the SDG's.