MODULE: Using the Website
Update Your Webpage
Your society webpage displays 3 main things:
Public email address – MySociety@gmail.com
Links to your Social channels – Facebook, Instagram,Twitter
Description about your society and what you get up to
Your webpage is the first place students will go to check you out. So make sure you don’t sell yourselves short. Having an up-to-date society profile will both:
Enable potential new members to get in touch
Attract new members to join
Select ‘Edit Details’
Fill in all sections within the pink box with your society contact details
Fill in the section within the yellow box with a warm and welcoming description of your society. Make this exciting and remember to include key info such as:
What you get up to
When and Where you Meet
Remember to SAVE! Highlighted in the green box above.
Here is how the description and contact details you have just entered (in the back end) will display on your society webpage (on the front end).
Take a closer look at Arts Society’s description. It is informative, friendly and fun!
Welcome to Art society! We are delighted that you have come this far and shown interest in our society.
In our society meetups, we tend to do a lot of creative and fun things in a relaxed environment as a way of providing a place where we can share our artistic/creative capabilities and have a moment away from studies.
We meet every Thursday evening on Moulsecoomb Campus from 6-8pm (please add the society to your basket and check out before you go so we can keep you updated).
We do a wide variety of activities, such as: life drawing, origami, painting, board games, socials and more! We’re planning to do more socials and more collaborations with other societies, as well as other outings and events. If there is anything else you might want to do, we are always up for suggestions!
The more members who join, the more fun the society will get! Don’t worry if you don’t feel confident in your artistic skills as this is only a place for you to take your mind off your studies for a moment, or for some, to improve on your artistic skills.
And who are we to judge anyways!
Updating your society webpage ticks off an accreditation, so you’ll be on your way to earning £60 for your society!