Are you self-isolating? Don't worry, we are here for you. 

Keep an eye on this page or our What’s On in the coming weeks for all the details and how to get involved.

AUSA Advice are here to support you through your self-isolation/quarantine. Your mental health and wellbeing are important to us and we recognise how difficult it can be when you are in isolation and the impacts that this can have on your wellbeing.

If you would like to talk to someone about how you are feeling, or even just to have a bit of human contact, please email us at and we can organise a call back.

We have some really great information and resources on our website's advice pages that cover a variety of health and wellbeing topics with links to external and internal supports available. There is also a list of virtual activities that you can explore that may help keep your mind occupied through your isolation.

Please also see some useful information on shopping delivery and practical information whilst self- isolating here.

We are here to help so please get in touch so that we can support you.


Please be sensible in your activities, and to follow Scottish Government guidelines, download the Government’s Protect Scotland app, and remember FACTS:

Face coverings should be worn in enclosed spaces

Avoid crowded spaces

Clean your hands and surfaces regularly

Two-metre distancing

Self-isolate and book a test if you have symptoms

Mon 6th December

Take A Break @ SDR Library
6th December 6pm - 9pm
Sir Duncan Rice Library
AUSA | Free Event

Tue 7th December

Take A Break @ Hillhead
7th December 5pm - 8pm
AUSA | Free Event

Wed 8th December

Take A Break @ Medic Library
8th December noon - 3pm
Medic Library at Foresterhill
AUSA | Free Event
Christmas Potluck
8th December 6:30pm - 10pm
Multi-faith Chaplaincy

Thu 9th December

Post Grad Coffee at Union Brew
9th December 11am - noon
Union Brew
Take A Break @ Union Brew
9th December noon - 3pm
Union Brew
AUSA | Free Event

Sun 12th December

Guys Walk @ Seaton Park with PawPalz
12th December noon - 1pm
Seaton Park - entrance at the St Machar Cathedral
AUSA | Free Event

Mon 13th December

Nordic Lucia
13th December 8pm - 9:30pm
King's College Chapel
Societies | No Alcohol | Free Event
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AUSA Service Update

The health, safety and wellbeing of our community is of utmost importance. AUSA team is now working from home. AUSA services remain the same, we just moved them online. Take a look and drop us an email if you have any questions. Stay safe and take care of yourselves.

AUSA Advice – The AUSA Advice team will be operating online via email on  Advisers will be available for academic, housing and general wellbeing advice.

Reception Service – Reception will be closed in the main AUSA office, but we will be replying to emails and answer phone calls. Please phone 01224 272965 or email between 11am and 3pm weekdays.

Union Brew – Union Brew will be open soon for coffee, snacks and sandwiches. Updates will be available on Union Brew’s Facebook page and Instagram page.

AUSA Sport/Events – Following guidance from the University and BUCS we are taking steps to ensure sports clubs can train within the government guidelines. Clubs and societies’ presidents and Covid Officers will be contacted and kept up to date. 

AUSA Societies/Student Groups/Sport – We are working to keep an FAQ page updated with all the helpful information. We are also looking into ways to help you engage with new and returning students as much as possible. More information below and being emails to committee emails all the time.

Representation – The representation team is available online.  Please email if you have any questions. 


The health and safety of our students are paramount and AUSA continues to take its lead from the university and national guidance. The University is regularly updating the coronavirus webpages and responding to queries from the community if they are not already answered in the University’s FAQs.

If you have any concerns regarding travel or otherwise, please contact or visit the coronavirus webpage by clicking this link.

As we continue to follow University guidance this means that we must put in place the postponement of all AUSA events.

Please find AUSA’ FAQs below with relative information regarding AUSA events and recommendations for student activities, both travelling to and holding events.