Covid-19/Coronavirus: Student Update 17th March

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The University today issued updated guidance regarding the Covid-19/Coronavirus situation.

As such, the Union office and Deeview Student Store on Union Way will be closed from Wednesday 18th March until further notice. Our team will be working remotely to ensure Union services continue to operate, including our Student Presidents & Vice Presidents, guidance for societies/sports clubs/student groups, plus our advice & support department.

If you have any questions regarding this year's Student Elections, please read the update on this page, or contact our Student Elections team by emailing elections@rguunion.co.uk


How can you contact us?

Email

The best way to contact us at the moment is via email. You can find contact details for our staff team, Student Presidents, and Vice Presidents at these links. If you are unsure who to contact, email hello@rguunion.co.uk and we'll ensure the correct person responds to you.

Phone

Phones will operate during office hours (9am-5pm), to speak to a member of our team you can call 01224 262 266.

Live Chat

We have added a live chat feature to some of our key web pages and departments, including advice and support. To chat live with a member of our team visit www.rguunion.co.uk/support/advice and use the chat pop-up.

Social Media

Keep your eyes on our social media profiles for the latest updates about Union activities and services, you can also DM us to speak to a member of our team. Find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. You can also find links to our Student President and Vice President social media profiles on this page.

 

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