Any student has the opportunity to become a Course Rep, and the greater number and diversity of Course Reps that we have, the more likely that we’ll get to understand the opinions of the whole student body. No matter what course you study, what year you’re in, how old you are, where you’re from, or anything else, you have the chance to be elected as a Course Rep in your school.
Course reps are generally elected in the second or third week of Semester One using the Online Elections. The Course Rep Co-coordinator for your school will provide you with all the information you need, so if you’re interested in becoming a course rep you should make sure you let them know. You can find out who the contact is in your school here (LINK).
Whether you’ve decided you want to be a course rep or not it would be worth quickly looking at our short Guide to being a course Rep. You can find out all sorts of information in here from exactly what the role entails to what’s in it for you. If you do became a course rep you will be widely supported by the Student Voice Team and receive bespoke training to make sure you get the most out of the role.
To find out what goes on throughout the year click here to see our timeline.