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At City SU, our societies are responsible for a huge amount of activity that engages thousands of members every year. From charity fundraisers to educational trips, famous guest speakers to careers fairs, societies put in a huge amount of work to improve their members' time at university, and we want to reward that behaviour!

That's why we've launched Society Rewards. This scheme intends to recognise the huge amount of effort that committee members put in to their groups every year, and incentivise the kind of activity that can truly make a society excellent. 

Society Rewards is broken down into different categories, such as 'Finance', 'Democracy', and 'Equality & Diversity'. In each of those categories are different criteria points that societies can tick off through the year, and each of those criteria is worth a certain number of points (with a maximum number of points for the year as well).

The total points that a society earns throughout the year will contribute towards either a Bronze, Silver, or Gold award, and your society will be rewarded with funding, recognition, and other perks within the SU!

The criteria is as follows:               

Finance      Points for completing Maximum points available

Generate at least £100 through sponsorship and donations.

20

40

Fundraise at least £100 for another registered charity (not CSU).

20

40

Raise at least 10% of any grant income given (ie. If City SU awards you £100, raise at least £10 through memberships, sales, donations etc)

10

10

 

Safety & Risk        Points for completing Maximum points available

Organise an event with at least one approved external speaker.

10

50

One committee member attends compulsory training sessions.

10

30

Complete mandatory risk assessment for base activities.

5

5

          

Democracy

Points for completing

Maximum points available

One committee member attends at least one Society Forum.

5

30

One member attends the Students’ Union AGM.

10

20

Have more than one candidate stand for each committee role in the 2019 society elections.

20

20

Host an initiative to get your members more involved in the SU Elections.

10

10

 

Engagement    Points for completing Maximum points available

Membership of at least 50 members or a 50% increase on the previous year (whichever comes first).

 

20

40

Accurate and up-to-date online content on society webpage, including a logo, relevant hyperlinks, and biography.

5

5

Society attendance as a stallholder at City Welcome Fair.

10

20

Participate in a wider SU campaign or event, such as RAG Week or Study Well.

20

40

 

Activity  Points for completing Maximum points available

Collaborate on an activity or event with another society.

10

30

Collaborate on an activity or event with a group from another university or students’ union.

15

45

Collaborate on an activity or event with a City department, such as Interfaith, Sustainability, or Volunteering.

15

45

                      

Equality & Diversity   Points for completing Maximum points available

Organise at least one open social or event per semester, one of these being non-alcoholic.

10

30

Collaborate on an event or activity with a Part-time Officer.

10

50

Organise an event or activity relating to a campaign or observance (as listed below)

20

100