A statement from Tayabah Mahmood, Students' Union President, on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
I, like many of you, am deeply saddened by yesterday’s news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who dedicated her life to serving our country and the Commonwealth for a remarkable 70 years.
During her coronation speech the Queen said “Throughout all my life and with all my heart I shall strive to be worthy of your trust” and in a national period of mourning, we remember this, and thank our longest reigning monarch for her dedication to public service.
The Students’ Union recognises this may be a very unsettling period for many of you and we’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that if you need to speak to somebody about any aspect of practical or emotional support, you can contact ASK@WLV
All students can also access online mental health and wellbeing support 24/7 through Togetherall – an online community monitored by trained professionals. If you need advice or extra help, please check our self-help resources webpage or complete the mental health and wellbeing support registration form.
On behalf of the Students’ Union, I wish you all well during this sad time.
Tayabah Mahmood, Students’ Union President
Save money on everyday living with a Totum card or the Totum App (formally NUS Extra)
Helping you to cook for less with easy-to-follow recipes!
The Students' Union Advice Centre have created a tool you can download to help you budget.
For students struggling to make ends meet, The Dennis Turner Hardship Fund is open for eligible students to apply for.
University of Wolverhampton are launching a new initiative to support students and staff who may be experiencing period poverty.
Did you know that WLV Wallet exists? It's an online portal to help you make the most of your time at the University of Wolverhampton, and can help you navigate the cost-of-living crisis
The SU is helping you to keep warm during the cold by serving free hot drinks at City Campus.
Please read this article for a response from your Sabbatical Officers on the university strikes.
International students share things they wish they'd have known before moving to the UK. ARC shares advice and resources to make the transition easier.
As part of celebrating Black History, we asked 3 people to take part in a short Q&A.
Please read our update regarding the period of National Mourning and the State Funeral Plans, and university opening hours.
University of Wolverhampton Students' UnionRegistered Charity Number 1136470Registered Company Number 07275807 - Company Limited By Guarantee (England & Wales)