Student Reps

Who are Student Reps?

Student Reps are vital in making sure the student voice is heard at every level of the University decision making process! Elected by students, Reps work in partnership with the Students' Union, the University and the students they represent to make sure the University environment is constantly evolving and shaping in response to your feedback.

Students Reps include: Course Reps, Falmouth Department Chairs, Exeter Subject Chairs and Halls Reps. You can learn more about each role below.

Role descriptors

Falmouth Course Reps click here

Exeter Course Reps click here

Falmouth Department Chair click here

Exeter Subject Chair click here

What is a Course Rep?

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Academic Representation

Check out the diagrams below to see the process of academic representation for your university. Find out about the roles and how your student feedback travels through the system.












What are Halls Reps?

The role of Hall Reps is to ensure that life in University-managed or owned Accommodation is the best it can possibly be. As a Halls Rep, it will be your responsibility to organise feedback sessions with your peers and report your findings in Halls Forums to your Halls Chair. Halls Chairs will liaise with staff members to solve issues celebrate successes and communicate new ideas.

You can read a full role descriptor here

The Halls reps are divided into off-campus and on-campus and further split into smaller teams who represent different area of halls or accommodation buildings depending on their size. See below:

Off-Campus:                               On-Campus:

Maritime                                         Glasney Park A-J 

Tuke House                                     Glasney Park K-O

Ocean View                                    Glasney View A-I

Packsaddle                                     Glasney View J-N



Why be a Rep?

You'll receive training and get invited to represent students' views and opinions.

You will influence important academic-related decisions that affect students. 

You will get the chance to develop your personal skills, including:

  • Communication
  • Negotiation
  • Leadership
  • Problem-solving
  • Market research
  • Public speaking