Originally founded at the University of Bristol, the 93% Club is a national social mobility network dedicated to levelling the playing field for students who were educated at state schools. As the name suggests, this society aims to represent the interests of state educated students, who account for 93% of the population but face exceptional inequality when it comes to obtaining opportunities at university and in the workplace. The 93% Club Lancaster aims to bridge the gap of opportunities and knowledge between private and state school education for students at Lancaster University.