Meet your new officers. They get voted in by students and they’re here to represent you with all things Uni-related. If you’re having an issue with your course, you’d like to change something in the Uni or you need a natter, they’re happy to lend a hand and are always up for a chat. So let’s get stuck in.
As last year’s Sports Officer, Gwyn learnt all about student democracy. He’s in charge of our democratic procedures and makes sure you get to have a say on your Uni life. You may also find him campaigning for students’ rights or DJing somewhere glitzy.
- Provide more awareness talks to students
- Improve transport links between campuses
- Make sure free hot water is available on campus
- Provide better financial support for Societies and Sports Club
Societies & services
You may recognise him as last year’s Societies and Services Officer. Chris has decided to stay in the role and get more stuff done. He has a say on how we run our services and represents all members of our societies. His quick wit and caring attitude make him a much-loved officer amongst students.
- Make sure cheaper food is available on campus
- Encourage societies and services to be as eco-friendly as possible
- Introduce more social space on campus
- Reduce the cost of travelling between campuses
Chloe was a keen member of the political societies before running for Education Officer. She now works with all the College and Subject Reps and makes sure everyone’s happy with their courses and lecturers. You’ll often find her getting stuck-in with anything political and making sure students come first.
- Make sure more lectures are being recorded
- Free printing for dissertations
- Publicise available study space
- Improve the exam and coursework feedback process
As a student, Grace was a member of the CoppaFeel committee and the Netball club, and she fully understands students’ struggles in Uni. She leads the welfare campaigns, sorts out dodgy landlords and makes sure you’re all doing OK generally. She’s famous for her constant smile and up-beat attitude, so she’s happy to answer any questions.
- Work with the Help Point on Wind Street
- Increase the amount of water dispensers on campus
- Encourage charity events and fundraising schemes
- Sell metal water bottles to cut down on plastic waste
Previously Captain of Water Polo, Sophie’s a keen sportswoman and is looking forward to representing our sports clubs with the same dedication and enthusiasm. She heads up all the sports clubs, making sure there’s something for everyone and that everyone’s enjoying themselves.
- Introduce more intramural leagues
- Reduce the price of gym memberships
- Invest in performance analysis technology
- Establish a healthy eating facility on Bay Campus