Society Stripes are a great way for any society to showcase their hard work and development over the academic year across a range of areas including reaching out to the wider student body or local community, improving the skills and employability of members, finding innovative ways to build and promote the society and general good management of the society alongside many others!
Each of the 16 stripes is awarded following an application from the society which shows the President Activities and Activities staff how they have met and, hopefully, surpassed the criteria for it. Click on the icons below to find out more about each of the stripes and the specific criteria a society needs to meet to be awarded them. You can download the Stripes Award Application Form (SAFF1) by clicking here and there's further general info available about the scheme by e-mailing activities staff Peter Russell-Wilson or Kristy Weegram.
PLEASE NOTE: With the exception of the Start-Up Stripe (which is awarded at the beginning of each academic year) stripes are awarded at the end of each academic term and can then be displayed on a societies individual web page. Activities to gain a stripe can be led by a single member but all members must benefit from the activity. The sections of SAAF1 may be completed by different members. It is however, the responsibility of the officer and member signing the form to ensure that the information contained is correct for all sections.