Now more than ever it's important that we help students and staff with their wellbeing, offer support to make our campus more environmentally friendly, and engage with students within the curriculum.


Join us for the next GSA Sustainability meeting to discuss these issues. Let us know when suits you best to meet.


The EAUC is the environmental organisation representing universities and colleges. Their online conference is in November, and we have two tickets available for students or staff wanting to attend. Email us. 


We highlight students' best practice at the GSA, provide 1-2-1 and group support, provide funding, and address a wide variety of environmental and social justice issues around campus and within the curriculum. 


Pic: Annie Graham


Responsive Art and Design Society | The society aims to spark discussion around important environmental and social issues by hosting events such as lectures, workshops, film screenings and social events.

Alt Reading lists | Expanding our collections and reading lists.

GSA Yoga | Regular yoga sessions with qualified and experienced teachers. Run by and for GSA students. 

GSA Queer Society | The society wishes to be a safe space and queer community within the Glasgow School of Art, whilst also acting as a vehicle for change in the institution.

GSA People of Colour Collective | A safer, healing and constructive space for people of colour.

Missing in Architecture | M.i.A is a community of enquirers who want to promote creativity and action within the profession, to fill in the gaps in architecture.

GSA Halls | ResLife at our halls of residence supports students' efforts to live more responsibly. 

Beekeepers of GSA | Join GSA's very own group of beekeepers and get to know GSA's bees. 

Race Rights and Sovereignty | a partnership between GSA, GSA's Students' Association  & The GSA Public Lecture Series, seeks to celebrate, challenge, inform and inspire the next generation of artists, designers and architects about race and empower them to have a creative voice. Pic: Dr Karen Salt, speaker 2016