About your Reps
Every course across the University has a student Course Rep to represent your views about your academic experience to the staff in your school/department/division. They attend regular meetings of your school/department/division's Learning Community Forum (LCF) where they are able to influence positive change to your course, based on what students want! They also attend Faculty Forum's with other reps within your Faculty, hosted via the SU, to make wider changes and larger impact!You can find a Role Profile for what a Course Rep is here!
What have your Course Reps achieved?
Read our previous 2016 Impact Report to see the amazing things your academic reps have achieved!
Speak to your Rep
Your Reps want to hear your views on anything to do with your course or academic experience, so seek them out and tell them what you think! They may provide suggestion boxes for your comments, offer drop-in sessions or distribute questionnaires for you to complete.
Remember - if you don't tell your Rep what's wrong, then they can't help you fix it. Your Rep can help you to make change, and will also be able to signpost you to other University/ Students' Union services that may be able to assist you.
Contact Your Rep
If you are unsure who your Course Rep is, please contact us by email or visit the Representation Development Office in C48, Portland Building, University Park (above the stairs from Portland Coffee Co.).
Want to become a Course Rep?
If you are interested in becoming a Course Rep for this academic year, then make sure you sign up here.