Cranfield Students Association

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The Cranfield Students Association (CSA) is the students' union of Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, England and is based in building 114 close to the centre of the campus. The CSA runs the main student bar on the Cranfield campus. The CSA functions as both the main campus bar and the main campus club. There is a well-attended night every Friday night which usually lasts for about one hour before the bar closes between 1am and 2am.[clarification needed]

Clubs and societies[edit]

The following clubs currently exist at Cranfield University

  • African-Caribbean Society [1]
  • Astronomical Society [2]
  • Badminton Club
  • Basketball Club [3]
  • Chinese Society [4]
  • Christian Union [5]
  • Circuit Training Club
  • CranSEDS Society- Cranfield Students for Exploration and Development of Space [6]
  • Cricket Club
  • Football Club
  • Gliding Club [7]
  • Handball Club
  • Horticultural Society
  • Iranian Society [8]
  • Islamic Society [9]
  • Libyan Society
  • Jitsu Club [10]
  • Musicians Society
  • Rugby Club
  • Squash Club
  • Touch Rugby Club [11]
  • Ultimate Frisbee Club [12]
  • Volleyball Club

Commercial services[edit]

Commercial services are centred on the CSA Shop, bar and café that operating from the CSA building on the ground floor.

There is also a CostCutter store and a Cafe Bookshop located near the social club. There is also a NatWest Bank with a cash machine and a Barclays Bank machine.


Cranfield campus[edit]

  • Accommodation options for single students on campus
  • Mitchell Hall
  • Stringfellow Hall
  • Lanchester Hall
  • Chilver Hall
  • Shared houses
  • Accommodation options for families and couples on campus
  • Fedden House
  • Family houses
  • Accommodation options off-campus

There are various options in surrounding villages, particularly Cranfield village and local towns particularly Bedford and Milton Keynes.

Shrivenham campus[edit]


Entertainment and social activities[edit]


The student newspaper is called Entropy.

Past editors: Akinseye Akinnaike (2011/2012), Ahmad Badr (2010/2011), Bhavik Mody (2007/2008)


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