There is so much going on within your school and faculty. Course Rep is usually a great first point of call to find out more...
Each course aims to have a course rep, this is a voluntary role that students can choose to nominate themselves for and then be voted in by their course mates. A course rep represents the views, feelings and concerns of all students studying on their course. They are a great person to go to if you are having any difficulties or want to see some change. It's also great to tell them what's working well and the positives on your course!
If you want to read more about course reps, you can visit the SU page here
A School Coordinator is similar to a course rep but they oversee the entire faculty rather than individual courses. You can view who the School Coordinators are here. They work closely with fellow students, in particular Course Reps in their school, the Policy and Campaigns team at the SU and our Elected Officers, to engage with their academic development and to shape the University and broader communities. If you do not have a elected course rep, you can go to your school coordinator with any concerns or feedback about your course!
If your school also does not have a school coordinator or a course rep, you are always welcome to email the student voice team at email@example.com to ask for support if you need changes on your course.