About the Student Union.

As a student at Coleg Sir Gâr, you are automatically a member of Coleg Sir Gâr Students’ Union. This means that you can take full advantage of everything we have to offer, including college events, student representation and information on student life.
Our job is to make sure you have a great experience during your time at Coleg Sir Gâr.
In order to represent you properly as students at Coleg Sir Gâr, it’s important that we are guided by YOUR ideas and experiences. Let us know what you think by getting in touch with one of your elected Student Officers, Course Representatives or the Students’ Union President, Geraint Williams by emailing the Students’ Union, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Student Union Officers 2018/19

The following positions make up Coleg Sir Gâr SU team and generally go out for elections in the last term of the academic year, usually late May to early June.

President – Geraint Williams

Vice President (Graig) – Steffan Griffiths 

Vice President (Pibwrlwyd) –Nathan Nugent  

Vice President (Jobs Well) – Samantha Jenkins

Womens Officer (Graig) – Bronwyn Mosey

Womens Officer (Pibwrlwyd) – Naomi Davies

LGBT+ Officer (Graig) – Breanne Holder

LGBT+ Officer (Pibwrlwyd) – Sasha Lewis

Welsh Language Officer (Graig) – Poppy Thomas

Welsh Language Officer (Pibwrlwyd) – Ffion Parsons

Disabled Students Officer (Pibwrlwyd) – Siobhan Davies

Higher Education Officer (Pibwrlwyd) - Pollyanna Elizabeth Rees-Hawkins

NUS Extra/Totum Cards

All students are entitled to purchase an NUS Extra Card, which will cost £12 and can give you savings on travel, clothes, entertainment and much more. For more information you should contact the Student Liaison Officer at your campus or visit: https://www.nus.org.uk/en/nus-extra/about-the-card/

Clubs & Societies

There are a number of clubs and society groups led by students that get together to share their common interest and are a great way to meet new people. Posters will be placed around the campuses advertising what is happening and where. If you don’t see a society of interest then why not set up your own? You can set up a club or society for almost anything, you can then attract members and the support of the Student Union who may be able to help with you with some funding to carry out your activities. Student Liasion Officers will be able to help put you in touch with the right people to get things started so if you have some great ideas, please share them.  Here are some of the groups currently running:


LGBT+ Group meet every Thursday @ 12.30-1.30 in D20

Christian Union meet every Wednesday from 1.35pm in A3


LGBT+ Group meet every fortnight on Wednesday @ 12.30-1.30 in VP’s Room