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Hello and welcome to the National Union of Students (NUS) website. Here you’ll find information on our priority campaigns and the work of NUS, not just on behalf of students and students’ unions, but all of us.
NUS will reach its 100th birthday in February 2022, and at this landmark moment for the student movement it’s our intention that we’ll have built on our rich history and provided a reminder of what can be achieved when we tackle problems at their roots.
When things crumble we are given a chance to rebuild, so we say take inspiration from our story, our campaigns, our members and the power of students. Get involved and help us turn urgent challenges into opportunities for all of us.
We’ll be working to do just that and look forward to celebrating NUS’ 100th birthday with you in 2022.
Larissa Kennedy, NUS National President