Do you want to help your school community and enact change? Then the SU might be for you!

  • You can nominate yourself to run for election by emailing before Friday 13 October 2023!

  • Vote for your Course Rep between Monday 16 to Thursday 19 October!

  • The undergraduate Course Representatives will be updated on this page after these elections.

The RVC Students Union Course Reps play a pivotal role in acting as the voice of their year group and improving students’ experiences by working in partnership with the RVC and Students Union to resolve issues and deliver change. Student Reps achieve personal development through specific training, working with other students/staff and remuneration including discounted SU events and payment for attending certain Academic Committee meetings.  

"being at the forefront of change and being a voice for those in the year that were not confident enough to share their thoughts’, ‘relationship with course leaders, and having the responsibility to improve course content or work load from feedback given by cohort’"

Elections are held by the Students Union each year during October. Student Course Reps are in post for 15 months until December the preceding year to enable a handover period between the new and outgoing Reps each autumn term. Student Course Reps are supported in their role through a tailored ‘Training and Support Programme’ which is delivered in partnership by the RVC and Students' Union to develops their skills, ensuring they can be effective and influential in their role (and have some fun along the way!).

If you want to be an RVC Students Union Course Rep or have any queries please contact Vanessa Ng, SU Vice President for Representation - or Maxine Bailey Senior Academic Quality Officer Student Engagement -

If you are a Course Rep, you can access the range of materials available through the ‘Training and Support Programme’ through the Reps sharepoint site here or by contacting Maxine Bailey, Senior Academic Quality Officer Student Engagement.