Here at the Students’ Union, we are committed to listening to your voice and making positive change within the Union and the University. Our Representatives are elected to listen and act upon the voice of the student body at course level, faculty level and in various campaigns to create a better university and student experience. Check out how you can get involved in changing our Union and University for the better!
Who represents me?
The Union is made up of over 600 reps who listen to your voice to create change within the University and our Students' Union. Representatives gain feedback from the student community and then feedback within Student Staff Liaison Committee Meetings, Faculty Boards, Student Council, Executive Committee, Education Forum and through various Union and Representative Campaigns.The Reps include:
National Conference Delegates
Postgraduate Research Reps
How can I make change?
As a student you can make a difference within the University by raising your issues, concerns as well as praises to inform future change. Get to know and feedback to your Representatives and talk to them about your University and student experience. They will raise your comments at relevant meetings for discussion with Union and University staff to bring about change. You can also submit any ideas you have for change at Student Council, where your Reps will discuss and vote upon them to transform your idea into policy.