Facilities & services: student associations

There are a number of active associations at the University which offer services and provide meeting points for students. Some of these are included below:

Strathclyde Students' Union

Open Studies students and part-time undergraduate students are eligible for free membership of Strath Union. Membership is the key to a range of benefits normally enjoyed by full-time undergraduate students. Further information is available on the Strath Union website.

Mature Students' Association

The Mature Students' Association Common Room is a friendly meeting point for mature students. As a registered Centre for Lifelong Learning student you are welcome to drop in. The Common Room is in the Livingstone Tower Room LT202.

The association promotes the interests of mature undergraduates in the University and organises social events from time to time. If you would like to find out more, contact the Association Convenor via the Strathclyde University Students' Association.

Learning in Later Life Students' Association (3Ls)

The Learning in Later Life Students’ Association is open to all present and past students of the Daytime Programme and is run by and for students. It provides a friendly, fun and social environment in which to enhance your learning and interest in a variety of subjects. There are many clubs which you can join and regular social and learning events.

Membership is available to anyone who has attended a class at the Centre for Lifelong Learning. Contact 3Ls by email at lllassoc@strath.ac.uk or by telephone on+44 (0) 141 548 4387

The 3Ls office is in room GH751 on Level 7 of Graham Hills Building, 40 George Street and is normally staffed from 10am to 2pm (closed for lunch 12.30pm to 1pm) on Tuesdays and Thursdays.