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What is a Student Rep?
There are over 600 Student Reps in total who have been elected by you to represent your academic interests. They listen to what you have to say about your course and use this feedback to drive change where it’s needed. This could range from the quality of teaching, to the standard of assessment and feedback. They are working hard to ensure you have the best academic experience possible during your time at Herts, so be sure to make use of them whenever you need! Take a look at the full role-description...
Student Rep Job Description
Why Should I Become a Student Rep?
If you want to represent the academic interests of your fellow students and contribute to making positive change then you should consider volunteering to become a Student Rep. In this role you will also have many personal development opportunities in areas employers are looking for such as communication, negotiation and public speaking. Additionally, throughout the year you will have our constant support and will be rewarded for your hardwork through socials, awards and prizes.
What have Student Reps Achieved?
How do I become a Student Rep?
To become a Student Rep, get in touch with your School Community Organiser (SCO) or Programme Leader at the start of the academic year, and they will give you details of how the process works for your School.
Nominate a Rep of the Month
If your Student Rep has listened to your feedback, made changes on your programme or has been generally outstanding you can nominate them for Rep of the Month by completing this form.
Rep of the Month Terms and Conditions
If you want to know more about Student Reps, or how to become one yourself, please contact the Student Voice team at email@example.com