College of Art union wins national award
The Herald|December 08, 2021
RECOGNITION FOR HARD WORK DURING COURSE OF PANDEMIC
NINO ROBERTSON

PLYMOUTH College of Art Students' Union has won a prestigious award, beating leading international universities.

The union won the Best Campaign Supporting Student Wellbeing prize at the 2021 Think Student Awards, selected as the winner by a national panel of 40,000 students.

The Think Student Awards are the only awards of its kind, judged by students themselves and measuring real impact. Judges from the 2021 Think Student Awards said: "The students loved how Plymouth College of Art went above and beyond to support their students during the pandemic, providing tangible help and access to essential items."

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