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Students’ Union

The Students’ Union at EKC Canterbury College is home to the College’s clubs and societies, and organises a wide range of exciting trips and events.

Students walking outside the college

When you join EKC Canterbury College, you automatically become a member of the Students’ Union. 

The Students’ Union represents your voice and is there to ensure your College experience is the best it can be.

What can the SU do for you?

  • Give you access to student discounts and schemes that can help you save money
  • Organise trips to theme parks, concerts, theatre shows and more. All students get a say in the trips they would like to see run at their College
  • Run large campaigns to raise awareness about issues that matter to you
  • Set up a range of clubs and societies
  • Create a democratic society where you can vote for your Students’ Union President and Officers to represent you
  • Help you voice your thoughts on College life.

Students' Union President

Luca Fasulo

As Students’ Union President, Luca’s goals are to increase engagement with the Students’ Union across all departments, to keep students more informed about the city they study in.

He studies Graphic Design and has previously worked in the design industry, as well as fulfilling a role as Student Ambassador prior to his current role. This has given him a wide understanding of the college environment, its students, and even local members of the public that he has met at various events.

Luca aims to be able to speak up for those that are often unheard and provide input from a more niche perspective.


Public services trip

Explore new places and make new friends on a range of exciting trips, including Thorpe Park, ComicCon and many more that will take you across the country.

Student Union event

Get involved with organising and running events that raise awareness for wider issues or celebrate different cultures.

Business students in the conference room

Use your voice to make a difference to the College community and student life by becoming a Class Rep or a Students’ Union Officer.