The Student Representative Council (SRC) is elected every year by the student body to represent you and communicate your views to the university.
Whether that's lobbying for scholarships, running campaigns like Green Week and Disability Awareness Week, or advising architects on library redevelopment, our main aim is to make student life better.
The SRC was founded in the late 19th Century and is recognised by the government as the student voice of
We deal with accommodation, education, sustainability, equal opportunities & welfare as well as working on national campaigns on issues like tuition fees. For a full list of the current members of the SRC click here.
If you have a problem, tell us about it.
The representation, advice and campaigns activities of the Students' Association are headed by the Director of Representation, Siena Parker, on firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information check the menu on the left, drop us an email, or drop by and see Siena on the first floor of the union (Office Hour: 6-8pm every Wednesday).