Exeter Course Rep



The Students’ Union (SU) Course Representatives are the foundation of student representation, promoting a partnership between students, academic staff and SU. Assuming the role of market researcher within their cohorts, they ensure the student experience of their peers is authentically represented throughout the course of their studies.

Term of Office

One academic year


Provide students with opportunities to give feedback on all aspects of their experience such as:

  • Employability
    • Campus Facilities
    • Wellbeing & Support
  • Log all feedback with ROS (Rep Online System)
  • In the first instance, seek to informally resolve issues with the appropriate staff (see key contacts)
  • Provide agenda items highlighting academic feedback (positive and negative) at the Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC)
  • Endeavour to make sure that feedback is: Accurate, Balanced, Constructive, Depersonalised & Evidenced.
  • Working in partnership with your department staff, ensure your cohort is kept up to date about how feedback is being progressed
  • Actively promote the representative work of the SU to your peers


  • SU Course Rep Training
  • Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) 2 x term
  • SU Big Rep Meeting 1 x term
  • Informal meetings with academic staff, Subject Chairs and/or SU

Key Contacts

  • SU Subject Chair
  • SU President Exeter
  • SU Representation & Democracy Manager (Exeter)
  • Director of Education