Class Representatives are elected student volunteers and they are at the core of the academic representation system within the Students' Association. They are elected across the University at every level of undergraduate and postgraduate study to enhance learning and teaching and to feedback to their School on the student learning experience. Class Reps work directly with their teaching staff on a regular basis and have the power to advocate on: curriculum, learning resources, learning and teaching, assessment and feedback, student progression and achievement, guidance, and support. 
Class Representatives are trained and led by the Director of Education. They work closely with their School President to deliver change within their Schools. Class Representatives sit on their School's Student Staff Consultative Committee to work directly with the teaching faculty on academic issues.

Class Reps 

Contact your School President to find out who your Class Reps are!

Videos for Class Reps

Class Reps Introduction (2017/18)

Class Reps: 7 Aspects

Class Reps: Gathering Feedback

Class Reps: Data Management

Class Reps: Diversity

Class Reps: Leadership Structure (2017/18)

Class Reps: Professional Skills Curriculum


Alternative Pathways Convenor 

The Alternative Pathways Convenor is a Class Rep designed to represent those on 'non-traditional' pathways. These include those on: general degrees, gateway programmes, evening degrees, distance degrees, and part-time degrees. The current Alt Pathways Convenor is Jamie Tronnes and she can be reached on

If you're interested in running for to be the next Alternative Pathways Convenor (for 2019/20), then keep an eye out for the class rep election dates in September 2019!