Adeyinka Adebayo

Arts and Media Officer

As the officer for the School of Arts and Media , Adeyinka works with the school and the university of Salford to represents the views and needs of the students. Adeyinka works as a member of the students' Union Trustee Board to lead the Students’ Union. 0161 351 5405 07702 540275


Adeyinka Adebayo

What Adeyinka is Working On

  • More cash machines on campus90%I have concluded the deal on 4 additional cash machines with FREE CASH WITHDRAWAL in University House, Allerton, Mary Seacole and Maxwell. an Installation will take place after signing the contract in November.
  • Students' market85%I have had approval from the University for the use of Broadwalk for the students' market. The market will comprise of 20 stalls, which will kick off in November. Please watch this space for more details on how to apply for stalls.
  • Bikes shared scheme - pay per hour75% The scheme will kick off soon. The University is really keen to make this happen and we are woking together on this. Watch this space for more.
  • Academic mentoring80%I am working on peer and black ethnic and minority academic mentoring. I have invited all activity groups to participate. Mentoring consultants will come to the University in November to help start the scheme.
  • Job bank for students75%I am working with the employability team in the University to create additional job opportunities and launch a sustainable student jobs agency. Watch out for more information.
  • Campaign for preventing transmission of HIV/AIDS60%I will be provisionally launching this in December. World Aids Day will be observed and celebrated as well on December 1st.
  • Food bank60%I am working with the student support team, wellbeing team and other interested members of the University on this project. This will help students with adverse financial situations.
  • Placements for students80%As the person in charge of career and employability for the Students' Union, I am currently in process of securing links for jobs and placements for students. Watch out for more details.

What Adeyinka Has Done

  • Successfully launched an academic mentoring scheme in line with university connections on the mentoring scheme. This was done on the 28th October 2016. The first set of activity will be for the BME home students in the University.
  • An international students' telephone hotline has been agreed and the installation is in progress. The University have agreed to install a hotline that will connect all students to job centres and government organisations for national insurance numbers and any other needs that may arise. The hotline will be at the University House where you will be able to lift the phone and just speak straightaway.
  • Students' Markets project has been completed and the idea of students market is to develop your employability and entrepreneurship skills. Please check our website for the promotion of the students' market. The market will be piloted soon, initially with 20 stalls on a first come, first served basis. If you are interested in selling goods and services, please contact me.