African-Caribbean Society (ACS)

About us


ACS aims to welcome any interested individuals who wish to become members of the society, irrespective of their background or creed. The society strives to promote unity and equality amongst the student population at UCLan. It seeks to create an awareness of the diverse cultures of the Afro Caribbean people, fun and above all, a sense of belonging.

People should join our society because we are a fun, diverse and educated group of being that are up for anything. We are not only diverse in terms of the members we have in our society but also in the activities that we put on for the people in our university. We welcome everyone from all walks of life to join our society.

The society will encourage educational values through several key methods. Finally the society will also be working alongside other SU clubs and societies both within UCLan and with other universities nationwide to organise future joint events.

 

Activities

  1. Meetings/Discussions about issues that affect young black people.
  2. Trips to places of historical and cultural reference.
  3. Sporting events.
  4. Afrobeat and Bashment socials.
  5. Recognition of talents within the society by having a talent show.

 

 

When do we meet?
Various times throughout the year

 

 

Social Events
Regular social nights throughout the year.

For up to date information and to contact us on;

Facebook @ Uclansu Acs 

Instagram @Uclanacs

Email @ uclanacs@hotmail.com

Snapchat @uclanacs

 


Committee Members

Chair

Vice Chair

Secretary

Social Secretary

Treasurer

PR & Social Media Officer

Student Wellbeing & Support Officer

Session Signups


Latest News

There are no current news articles.
 
View more

Events

There are no current events.
View more

Money Request

Shop

Student Group Elections 2024

Every year our clubs and societies elect a new team of students to take their group into the new academic year. Being on a committee is a great way to become more involved with the community at UCLan, meet new friends and develop new and existing skills for your CV. Anyone can be on a committee, as long as you are a member of your club or society. Students that are elected onto a committee through this election will start their role on 1st August 2024 until 31st July 2025. Could you be the next leader of your club or society?

722 posts are up for election.

Nominations close at 09:00 on Monday 15 April 2024 (in 43 hours)

The polls open at 09:00 on Friday 19 April 2024 (in 5 days and 19 hours)

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.