Student Achievement Awards Ball 2019

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The Student Achievement Awards are RGU:Union's annual celebration of the outstanding work and commitment of student volunteers, societies and groups.

RGU:Union provides a huge number of opportunities for students, and each year thousands of students join these groups and volunteer thousands of hours by supporting students, running events and improving the student experience. There are a wide range of awards that are open to students and societies.

This year's awards ball takes place on Saturday 13th April, at the Sandman Hotel. Tickets are on sale now for £35 and can be bought online or in person from the Deeview Student Store. If you would like to purchase a full table for your society or to subsidise the tickets from your society account please purchase your tickets from the Deeview Student Store.

If you have any questions, or would like further information, please email

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