CUSU Alternative Prospectus: Diversity Webpages
The CUSU Access Alternative Prospectus website ( is an online undergraduate prospectus written by students to offer our insight into being at Cambridge - it aims to break down misconceptions about what studying at Cambridge is like, but also provide prospective applicants with the facts and experiences that they feel the standard prospectus might not give enough info on (the worst bits as well as the best bits etc)...
This year it's getting completely redeveloped, and we're looking for student volunteers to write content! It's really important that the new website represents students in all their diversity, and that prospective applicants who may identify with liberation groups or other minority groups are helped to know more about student life at Cambridge. Please use this form to register your interest to help with content for one of the website's Diversity webpages -
Black and Minority Ethnic students;
LGBT+ students;
Disabled students;
International students;
Carers, Care-Leavers and Student-parents;
Mature Students.

Within your diversity webpage 'team', you'll help shape and compile the initial content (text and photos) for the website launch in mid-March, and then keep it updated and refreshed as necessary. It's going to be much more interactive, alive and abundant with student experiences than our current version - as a team member, you'll have editing rights and be able to upload new text and photos.
It's fun and low commitment, and you'll develop great skills along the way. CUSU will train and support you, but in terms of responsibilities for who's in charge of what on the page you can also play to the strengths within your team and delegate.

Please let us know what teams you'd be most interested in joining! I'll then be in touch to let you know whether we have been able to select you for a team (depending on the number of students who sign up) and to organise a meeting between everyone in each webpage team to discuss ideas and next steps.

Helena Blair, CUSU Access & Funding Officer 2015-16
Eireann Attridge and Rachel Mander, CUSU Access & Funding Part-time Exec

P.S. Absolutely no knowledge of website administration is required!

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