Much of your social life at University will revolve around the Students' Union, which provides services, support, activities and entertainment for students. A major plus at Bangor is that student membership of the Students' Union's clubs and societies is free of charge, ensuring that all students can take part in the sports and activities offered.
To get the most out of your time at University, the Students' Union encourages you to get involved in the wide range of activities offered, as it's an ideal way to meet new people and try new things.
Academi nightclub, opened in September 2011 and provides the focus for much of the night-time entertainment. As well as the nightclub, Academi has two bars, a café and a shop.
Bar Uno Café Bar provides a social hub for students and is an integral part of the Ffriddoedd site. It has three large screens and offers events including sports nights, pool tournaments and entertainment.
Your time as a student is the ideal opportunity to try out something new or get together with people who have the same interests and hobbies as you. Whatever you're interested in, there's bound to be a club here for you at Bangor - and if there isn't you can always set one up with the help of the Students' Union.
The Union has a wide range of student-run clubs and societies, from international societies including the Afro-Caribbean, Indian and Chinese societies, to activities and interests ranging from art, comedy and drama to photography, scouts and war gaming.
The various sport clubs give you an opportunity to train, compete and socialise with fellow club members.
The are also societies that will compliment your academic studies, such as the Law Society, the Geographical Society, the Archaeological Society and Endeavour, the Ocean Sciences Society. You'll get to know more about all our clubs and societies during the Serendipity Freshers' Fair which is held during Welcome Week.