About your Students' Association
The Students’ Association has a base on the second floor of the City Campus Building, as well as on the ground floor at our Riverside Campus.
City SA is a democracy — it's run by a presidential team and student executive committee, who are all students at City of Glasgow College.
You can get involved with City SA in many ways — as a Class Rep, Faculty Rep, member of the student executive or even as President — which is a full-time, paid position!
We hold various elections throughout the year and all our positions are elected by the students of City of Glasgow College — so whether your standing for election or voting, you can be involved in the decision-making process at your Students’ Association.
In the Students’ Association spaces you will find entertainment facilities including pool tables, table tennis, games consoles and PCs.
Students can enjoy music videos on the big TV screens and chill out with friends in a relaxing atmosphere. You can get involved with our various societies, the student radio station — City Radio — and the many student sports teams.
Learning and Teaching
As well as getting the best out of your college experience outside the classroom, City SA can also help ensure the highest levels of learning and teaching are maintained.
Through our Class and Faculty Rep systems, feedback from every student can make its way to the top. We also support students in dealing with academic appeals and college disciplinary procedures.
How Do I Join?
Everyone over 16 and enrolled at the college is automatically a member of the City of Glasgow Students’ Association.
You can get actively involved with City SA by standing for election as a Class Rep, as a member of the Student Executive or as a member of the Presidential Team.
You can also volunteer to help in many ways from raising money for charity to organising sporting competitions or trips away — just get in touch!
Visit our Students' Association website.
Dougie Smith, Students’ Association Liaison Officer
Tel: 0141 375 5322.