Want to feedback?
Through feeding back to your School & Course Reps, you are helping to bring attention to issues and changes that need to be reviewed within the academic experience. As well as this, our newly created roles of EDI (equality, diversity & inclusion) Reps & E&S (environmental & sustainability) Reps also help us strengthen even more layers of representation within the academic experience. To feedback to any of these roles, follow the guidance below:
Still not sure who your Rep is? Send us an email stating your name, your course, and your stage (year) and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Your Education Officer's job is to make sure that NUSU represents your academic interests and that you have a say in your education while you are studying at Newcastle University. Elected in each year as one of your Sabbatical Officers, the person at the helm of the role changes each year, but you can always contact them via email, or through one of their social media channels. All can be found here.
The quickest way to identify and contact your Course Rep (As well as EDI, & E&S Reps) is via the University App. You can access the app by logging into a cluster room PC on campus or download it from the relevant app store (iTunes, Google Play, Windows Phone). The 'My School' feature allows you to:
- Vote on School/Faculty issues and see the results of the poll.
- Contact your course reps directly (this function will be available from 1 November 2020).
- View key school contact information such as personal tutors, course reps, and the school office.
- View school news and upcoming events/job opportunities.
At NUSU, we are delighted to announce who has been appointed during the first round of School Rep recruitment for 2020/21. These School Reps will play a crucial role in ensuring that the student voice is considered in your shool, throughout your faculty and across the University. You find a full list of School Reps here.
Download your copy here.