Looking for creative and exciting ways to shape your student experience?
The student movement is one of the most progressive forces for change in the world. Students have been instrumental in global change, turning up in droves to vote in elections, fighting for better housing conditions, liberation, the environment and much more.
At as a Middlesex University student, campaigning starts here.
Getting involved in campaigning is a great way to meet new people and make friends, learn new skills and boost your employability, as well as to fight for causes you care about.
You will get all the training, skills building and support you need to give you the power to make the changes you want.
We have run some impressive campaigns here at Middlesex.
Our Student Officers, your elected representatives, work to coordinate campaigns on the things that are important to you as a Middlesex student. In the last few years we have had some bins wins, from welcoming 50 Syrian refugees to Barnet, to introducing our Freewheelers bike scheme.
What will you do this year?
Key areas this year
Click below to find out more about what we're working on:
Our campaign to ban rogue landlords who force students to pay extortionate prices to live in terrible conditions.
Stamping out hate crime against people due to their sexuality, gender identity, race, ethnicity, nationality or disability.
We're increasing the University counselling service, provide stress relief for students and also to provide free sanitary products and sexual health guidance.
Working to end sexual harassment and violence on campus and beyond.
The MDXSU branch of the national campaign to abolish the luxury tax on tampons.
Sexual Health Awareness & Guidance campaign.
We're fighting for access to MDX education for refugees in Barnet.
To find out more, email our Campaigns and Projects Coordintor email@example.com.