If you're time rich and money poor then Glasgow in summertime is for you. There's so much free/cheap things for you to do in the city. From world class galleries, to 500 year old houses, to Highland Coos wandering open areas, Glasgow has a lot to offer. First up is our lovely Botanic Gardens. It used to be used for cultivating plants for the University. Despite being right on the University's doorstep, few students fully utilise this dear green place, unless they live in halls at Queen Margaret or Winton Drive. The main entrance is located at the top of Byres Road, at the cross with Queen Margaret Drive and Great Western Road. This Glasgow institution is almost 200 years old now. From this impressive entrance you can see the various large glasshouses, a wide open grass area, plenty of flower borders and lots of individual trees. Lots of the plants are tagged so that you can learn about the species.
From Monday 8th June 2015, the Sandyford Walk-in Service is being replaced with a Phone-in system, and people will be asked to phone before coming in to any Sandyford clinic. The phone number for the new phone-in clinic will be 0141 211 8130.
The Students' Representative Council will be closing at 4pm on Friday 22nd May for the bank holiday weekend.
GUSRC and University of Glasgow Archives are proud to present a series of two free tours for West End Festival 2015.
Time flies – it seems that just last week we were enjoying the last bits of summer, and here it is upon us again. This means that Freshers' Week 2015 is not far either! Have you looked at the people in blue t-shirts last year and wondered how you can join the Freshers' Week fun? Now is your chance!