About the UCS

What the UCS does

When you matriculate, you automatically become a member of the UCS (the Union of Clare Students) and CUSU (Cambridge University Students’ Union).

The elected officers of the UCS are here to represent you throughout your time at Clare and answer any questions that you might have.

This website contains lots of information about how the UCS works, what we have achieved in the past and who to get in touch with if you have any issues.

We actively represent and defend the interests of all students at Clare. This includes having seats on most college committees, where we voice student opinion and try and gain the best possible outcome. This is usually a positive role, including suggesting to college which facilities should be introduced or improved. If you have any suggestions or issues, please get in touch and we’ll do all that we can to help!

Our Constitution

UCS Constitution 2016