Sheffield Hallam University students celebrated their extra-curricular achievements at the annual Hallam Union Student Awards.
The HUSAs form the pinnacle of the year for student activity groups at the union.
A total of 12 awards were up for grabs on the night, including The Steel City Achievement Award, campaigner of the year and volunteer of the year.
Stop the Traffik, a union society dedicated to raising awareness of human trafficking, won a top award.
Other winners included Suzi Smith, who scooped volunteer of the year for her commitment to inspiring and organising a number of student-led events.
The awards are open to any Hallam student involved in Student Union activities such as campaigns, entertainments, course representatives, societies, volunteering projects, sports clubs and advice centre volunteers.