This page is your one stop shop for everything you need to be a Liberation Officer.

While everything you need should be, please do pop into the office, organise a meeting with the Liberation and Campaigns Coordinator or drop the team a message if you need any extra support

You can book a meeting with the Democracy & Campaigns team here.



Accessing your Network emails

As a Liberation Officer, you have an email address linked to your role this means you are able to seperate your Officer emails from your students ones. You will also be able to send emails to your members from this account as well to keep them in the loop on what you are working on.

How to send an email through the website

As a Liberation Officer, you are able to send emails to self-defined members and allies throught the SUBU website with ease. You can use this to tell members about an event you are running, give them updates or anything else rewlevant to your role. This guide wil show you how.

Using social media (guide coming soon)

Using social media is great way to shout about the work you are doing and also sharing anything external that is happening too. This guide has been developed by the SUBU Comms team to help you make the most of your Network Instagram account.


You have a linktree in the bio of your Network Instagram account where you can add links to anything you might want to redirect students to.


Canva is a really easy to use graphic design website which you can use to create content for your Network on. Your Network canva account is part of the SUBU team so you will have access to Canva Pro features.


Mailchimp can be used to create nicer looking emails that you can send via the website with the HTML code that it provides you. If you don;t have the login details for your Network's Mailchimp account then ask the Democracy & Campaigns Team.


Event checklist (coming soon)

Planning an event for your community? We've put together this checklist to guide you through everything you need to do to plan and run your event.

How to complete a risk assessment

All events require a risk assessment to help make sure that all precautions are taken to ensure it is safe. This guide will guide you through BU's risk assessment process in detail.

Risk assessment form

A risk assessment is a simple and careful examination of what could cause harm to individuals. Risk assessments will need to be completed before rooms can be booked for events and gatherings.

Room booking form

This is the BU form for booking seminar rooms, lecture theatres and meeting rooms on campus. All room bookings will be sent via the Democracy & Campaigns team to ensure that an appropriate risk assessment has been completed and approved.

SUBU space booking form

As well as booking seminar rooms and lecture theatres, as a SUBU representative you are able to book a number of SUBU space including a table in the student centre or ourside the SUBU shop or the 5th floor of the Student Centre.


SISO is the system for booking some of the equipment that SUBU has such as iPads, Sum Up card readers and speakers. If you need any of this for an event it will have to be booked out through the system and then can be collected from SUBU reception.

How to add an event & tickets to the website

Adding events to the What's On page is a great way to let students know what you have happening that they can come along to or get involved with. This guide will show you the steps to follow to add it to the page as well as selling tickets.

Rewards & Recognition