As well as a presence online and via social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, STUC also has a place on the British Stammering Association's website as part of the 'support for university students' page.
STUC was mentioned by student organisation Ed-Ability (Harvard Graduate School of Education). Emma Bowell, co-founder of the organisation, interviewed the founder of STUC, Claire Norman, about her experiences and growing up with a stammer. Read the article here.
STUC received a special mention by Iain Wilkie in the annual Employers Stammering Network event at Speaker's House in the House of Commons in November 2015.
In September 2014, Claire did an interview in French about stammering for l'Association Parole Bégaiement - click here to view it.
STUC featured in the August 2014 edition of the Disability Rights UK e-Newsletter, as well as being mentioned and promoted at the British Stammering Association Conference in Glasgow during the same month.
In addition, an article about STUC has featured in the Spring 2014 edition of the British Stammering Association's seasonal magazine, Speaking Out...
...and there was an article back in the Summer 2013 edition about STUC's Founder, Claire Norman: