Every student at LSE is automatically a member of the Students’ Union. The LSE Students' Union represents all LSE students, working to make our time at LSE the best it can be. Through our societies, clubs, campaigns, Advice Centre and the activities of our Officers, we aim to represent, promote, support and protect the interests of all LSE students. We cover just about every area of student life beyond actual studying, through our societies, sports clubs and student run campaigns.
Our elected officers ensure students’ interests are at the forefront of the School’s agenda, and we also offer an Advice Service for all students. We do not makes profits and are run by students, for students. Everyone has the right to—and should!-- get involved in the Union through joining one of our 200+ sports clubs and societies, running and voting in elections for student representatives, participating at our weekly Union General Meeting (UGM), working part-time for us, volunteering to raise money with RAG (Raising and Giving, producing and reporting through the Media Group, or just making use of the Union's services.