The Students' Union represents the collective voice of all our 24,000 NTU undergraduates.
To empower the voices, advocate the interests, and enhance the vibrancy of campus life of NTU students.
A community where NTU students are empowered partners in building their
The NTUSU Executive Committee leads multiple committees and offices to support the
day to day operations of the Union.
Akin to an organisation with communications, human resources, operations, finances,
student relations and events planning capabilities.
We have 19 committees in total which are supported by nearly 300
students (known as Ussociates).
Communications Division supports the Union via maintaining our communications channel such as Facebook, Instagram and ntusu.org. We aim to maintain a favourable public image of the Union and tell compelling stories of the Union. We aim to make NTUSU into a household brand that every student can relate to.
The Student Relations and Engagement Committee champions the spirit of community giving by facilitating two-way communication between the NTU students and the Union. This is done through acting as a conduit while managing communications with, and feedback from, the NTU undergraduate body via U-Feedback.
The Editorial Committee manages the NTUSU official magazine publication U-Insight, an online and print publication, which aims to provide students with timely, incisive news bites of campus life and NTUSU activities, and pertinent issues beyond the classroom.
Fireside Chats, Case challenges, Competitions, Seminars, ICON provides students with opportunities to innovate and prepare for the next step in their career beyond NTU. They also champion career-related issues held close to the hearts of students.
Liaise with Corporations and firms to procure sponsorships for our students, build relationships and secure students discounts under "NTUPerks".
Union’s very own merchandise store, we help to create an identity of NTU and also improve accessibility to students for everyday student items.
The technology expert of the Union, they help to develop, manage and optimise the IT infrastructure of the Union, finding new solutions to old problems and a bigger, better way of getting work done!
IRC is the geek within the Union, they help engage with students and conduct research which will help to inform the Union's stance when advocating for new policy decisions.
They oversee the biggest recruitment exercise of over 500 volunteers every year. They help bond the Union through friendship as well as to provide opportunities for Ussociate development, recruitment, retention and business outreach to create a fearless team culture.
The Open House Committee brings joy and excitement to our potential freshmen via the annual NTU Open House that targets an 18,000 strong crowd (prospective students). Here at NTUSU, we want students to experience the vibrant future they could have in NTU by showcasing our university’s exciting campus life and world-class curriculum. of the campus life segment where students are invited to showcase the vibrancy of NTU through various performances and booth activities.
With hundreds of different nationalities within NTU, SIC helps to ease the transition and integrate local and international students into one NTU. SIC acts as a key support mechanism for our commitment to creating a fully inclusive environment for all NTU students.
Student life can be hard and challenging but the rewards and some time for relaxation is what keeps us going and provides us with life balance. Join us as we plan our most anticipated bi-annual U-Study Campaign and welfare initiatives every semester.
NTU Fest is the largest campus party which serves as a finale to NTU’s series of Freshmen Orientation Programmes. The committee seeks to provide the best entertainment, ranging from performances to fun games and delicious food and unite the people in NTU.
MODE is passionate about broadening students' perspectives on current affairs by providing opportunities to engage Ministers and key influencers alike. Learn how Ministerial Forums and dialogues are planned, and meet important individuals who create change.
Let's make NTU a better environment for everyone, For students, by students, U-Fund makes a difference by finding new way to contribute to financially challenged students in NTU through the Students’ Fund.
Entering a new environment and meeting new people isn’t always easy. UOC helps to plan fun and social activities to help make this transition an enjoyable and informative one! Learn the meaning of true friendship and unconditional support through your university life.
Operations Support are the arms and legs of the Union, they are the ones that keep Union running. Improving our services like U-Roc and U-Facility, they oversee the Student Activities Centre, Global Lounge, Athena Room, Minerva Room and even our bus stops!
Originally a council-level workgroup, the Union Empowerment Committee was formed in 2020. Committee members will undergo training by the University Wellbeing Centre to be prepared to respond properly to potential cases. UEC will also support the Union in achieving the various empowerment goals.
SCLC manages the biggest CCA fair in NTU, Welcome Week, where all student clubs and societies set up booths to share about their activities, sign up new members and kick-off their year of prorgrammes.
Four guiding pillars
Following the Union Vision 2020, NTUSU would like to formally present the 30th NTUSU's four guiding pillars, IDEN30 – Identity, Employability, Sustainability and Empowerment. This year, NTUSU strives towards channelling our efforts towards the development of our unique identities as students. As we celebrate 30 yers of service and execllence, we believe that IDEN30 will continue to guide us in serving the student body. These pillars have been the core of our strategically planned initiatives, events and ideas.
The Union is placing significant emphasis on the holistic development of our student identity, one beyond academia and grades. On the Union’s part, we have been working tirelessly to build an all-encompassing and holistic community to support students in their personal growth and development, beyond their identities as students. Through this approach, we aim to encourage the celebration of differences, without emphasis on a singular student identity that prioritises academic excellence.
We firmly believe in hiring beyond grades and we are constantly working towards creating opportunities that will prepare our students for the workforce.
The Union has increasingly placed more emphasis on sustainability efforts and initiatives within the University. We have been working hard to incorporate the importance of sustainability into our day to day lives, to move towards an eco-friendlier school environment and ultimately, a more sustainable way of life.
The Union has continuously pushed for the empowerment of our students by shaping the University’s social environment into a safe space for students to learn, grow and excel in their own areas. We recognise the importance of self-respect and respecting others, especially in this day and age. Therefore, we have been working hard to create platforms for students to reach out and share with qualified peer helpers, by coming up with essential initiatives to share more about self-empowerment.