About GKSU

GKSU is a dedicated and tailored student union service for Greenwich and Kent students studying at Medway.

We are committed to being the voice of Medway, ensuring you have the means to make positive changes. We live by "No decision about you, without you."

You will love your time at Medway with us. Through our range of sports and wellbeing programmes, social events, Give it A Go activities, food and drink, societies and volunteering, we are your home away from home.

We are here for our students and are always one stop or one step away from the help you need. Our GKSU Advice service offers independent advice to Kent and Greenwich students.

What do we have for you in Medway?

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Any money that people spend with GKSU is reinvested to benefit Medway students.

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GKSU stands for Greenwich and Kent Students' Unions and is a partnership between Greenwich Students’ Union and Kent Union. GKSU serves the Medway campus community.

You bring you, we bring the fun. GKSU offers all the sports, clubs, societies, events, campaigns, trips and volunteering you could ever want.

Yes, you get the best of both worlds. Just remember, at any sign up or registration, always opt to be part of GKSU as well as your university union - you know it makes sense.

There are different ways students can get involved in the running of students unions. Find out more about Student Voice and Representation on the Kent Union Student Voice page or the Greenwich Elections page.

Short answer - so much your mind will be blown! Head to the What’s On guide or check out the activities page and get stuck in.

Find something that takes your fancy on the activities page, click join and purchase the membership.

TOTUM is the new NUS card. It offers student discounts on a range of services and shops. Find out more on the TOTUM website.

As your first contact, always give us a shout at GKSU. We are here for you, that’s our actual job! Email [email protected] or come in to Reception at the Student Hub and speak to someone. Check out our Contact page for more information.