The Students' Association
Edinburgh University Students' Association (EUSA) is run by students, for students.
EUSA supports over 200 student societies, operates the union bars and shops and offers a wide range of entertainment and support for students.
University societies provide a place for you to meet like-minded people, find a new hobby, network with academic colleagues or simply socialise.
Students' union houses
There are four students’ union houses;
- Teviot Row House is the oldest purpose-built student union in the world. You will also find the mature students lounge in this building on the bottom floor beside the Library Bar.
- Potterrow is the city's biggest student nightclub, during the day the venue hosts cafes and dining areas.
- The Pleasance hosts the University Centre for Sport and Exercise and is also a major venue for the annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August.
- King's Buildings House has a variety of traditional bars, eating facilities, gym facilities and quiz nights.
- Moray House student union facilities include Chapters Refectory and the Pattersons Land Common Room.
This article was published on Aug 31, 2009