Lincoln University Students' Association 

Students Doing it for Students

LUSA - Who are they & what do they do?

LUSA is the Lincoln University Students' Association which is a body dedicated to providing a great student experience at Lincoln University. The Association has been around since 1919. Every student of Lincoln automatically has access to our services such as clubs and societies, advocacy, events and media. LUSA is made up of staff and students and works hard throughout the year to show you a great time. We will do our best to make ourselves known to you throughout the year with our events, barbecues, student diary and wall planner. If you want to visit us, we are in the bright blue building on the Union car park (opposite the Rec Centre). We can help with academic issues you are having, direct you when you need advice about flatting and legal help and our Reception runs a great second-hand book sale. We also sell metrocards, phone cards and look after lost property. 

What's Happening

The LUSA Study Stall

Lectures have finished for the semester, and that means you are all going to be really busy studying. LUSA is here to make it easier for you, providing all students with hot drinks, snacks, and BBQs, bacon sammies, and ice blocks at lunch times over the next couple of weeks. We even have free massages set up to help you de-stress before your big exams. Nice.


This Week 

Wednesday, Oct 22 at 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wednesday, Oct 22 at 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Thursday, Oct 23 at 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday, Oct 23 at 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM