Team of the Year for Super College Students’ Association

Left to right: Vice President Diversity & Wellbeing and President Elect - Megan Cartwright  President - Ian Gilmour  Vice President Learning & Teaching - Jatinder Singh  Vice President Social & Activities - Jamie-Lee Gooding Left to right: Vice President Diversity & Wellbeing and President Elect - Megan Cartwright President - Ian Gilmour Vice President Learning & Teaching - Jatinder Singh Vice President Social & Activities - Jamie-Lee Gooding

City of Glasgow College Students’ Association has scooped Officer Team of the Year at this year’s NUS Scotland Awards.

The award was presented in recognition of changes the Students’ Association, City SA, have made to benefit the college’s students including improving the class rep system and expanding their team with a Vice President for Diversity and Wellbeing. 

Student President, Ian Gilmour, said:

“We're really delighted to have been selected from all the colleges and universities as the most active and effective team of student leaders in the country. The Officer Team award is one of the most prestigious at the NUS Scotland awards and it's great to have our hard work and growth acknowledged at a national level.”

Principal and Chief Executive, Paul Little, said:

“Our students are at the heart of everything we do at City of Glasgow College so I am delighted that the Students’ Association has won this particular award. It underlines their hard work and commitment on behalf of our students who benefit from the team’s energetic and enterprising approach which provides a positive student experience.”

The NUS Scotland Awards have been running for the last eight years and are an annual celebration of the work which Students’ Associations, its officers and staff carry out across Scotland.

They are an opportunity to share best practice, showcase outstanding results and recognise the impact of Students’ Associations and what they do to make a difference to students in their everyday lives.

Judged by an experienced panel from across the education sector, the winners were announced at the NUS Scotland Conference on Friday 24 March in Dundee’s Apex Hotel.