93% Club


Our society is passionate about social mobility and inclusion, and we aim to bring social and professional empowerment to state-educated students at Royal Holloway. We give a platform to students who come from underrepresented backgrounds and invite everyone to join, to create a supportive and uplifting community within the University.

We want to provide opportunities and upskill those who may not have access to a wider social network to progress further in their chosen career paths.

We are part of the biggest student-led society all over the country, winning the 'Impact on Campus' 2021 Award with Bright Network. As a result, we connect Royal Holloway students with a diverse span of exclusive events, invaluable workshops, and resources that reach a plethora of industries, e.g., corporate and creative arts, STEM and so much more!

Some of our current national partners who support us include KPMG, P&G, Accenture, HSF, Freshfields, Newton, Baker McKenzie, Teach First, and Captial One.

WHY 93?

The number ‘93’ is special to us as it represents the 93% of University students who come from a state-educated background. Our primary focus is to open pathways and opportunities to all students regardless of where they come from.


By purchasing our membership as little as £3 for the whole academic year, it will be reinvested into running our core activities, such as guest speakers, skill workshops and regular socials.


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Feel free to message us via email or DM on Instagram @93clubrhul!

Preferendum on UCU Industrial Action

This referendum (which will take the form of a 'preferendum' due to there being multiple voting options) relates to the motion below. This contemporary resolution was proposed by a majority of the Officer Group under Article 7 of the Students’ Union’s Constitution.

1 post is up for election.

The polls have closed.

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Officer Trustee Elections 2022

These Elections are for the full-time and part-time positions that make up the Students' Union Officer Team and School Reps. All students who are members of the Students' Union can vote in the elections.

10 posts are up for election.

Nominations open at 10:39 on Sunday 13 March 2022 (in 7 weeks and 0 days)

The polls open at 09:00 on Monday 14 March 2022 (in 7 weeks and 1 days)

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  • 93% Club - Standard Membership£3.00


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Corporate Liaison Officer
Navidu Vithana
Patricia Oei
Jade Rusk
Social Secretary
Adriana Futejova
Harry Meehan