The SU Executive Committee is a group of students that are elected each year by you to work with us in making big decisions for the Students’ Union. SU Exec’s work with staff to make sure we make students time at the College the best it can be.
Becoming an SU Executive means that you will attend great training days to improve your knowledge, skills and learn to be the voice of the students. You will assist at SU events and you will attend regular meetings to decide on really important matters such as our yearly budget, events plans and more!
An SU Exec role can help you grow in confidence, it provides you with responsibility and is great for your CV! You can become a part of a community where you can make friends and represent students like yourself to improve the College.
“Being a SU Exec member has had a massive impact on me, giving me a sense of community and a chance to feel like the actions that I’ve taken during my time as an Exec member has had an effect on the lives of the students. I have met so many people while being an SU Exec member and have been given many great opportunities such as going to Liverpool to represent Bournemouth and Poole College at NUS National conference.” Bruce Macdonald SU Exec 2013 – 2015
We run two sets of Elections each year. The first one begins in September these elections are for the officer posts for the coming year including Site Reps for each campus.
The second Election is held in February – March each year to find returning students who want to become President and Vice President for the next academic year!
Here are our current President, VP Communication, VP Equality and Welfare and VP Further Education!
VP Equality & Welfare
Gemma Willis Fisher
VP Further Education
VP Higher Education
VP Clubs & Societies
Lansdowne Site Rep
North Road Site Rep
Green Impact Officer
If you would like to become an SU Exec all you need to do is pick up a form, fill it in and drop it into The Hub at Lansdowne or North Road! We are here if you have any questions so come and chat to the SU team!
Student Ambassadors are there to represent students and be Ambassadors for the College.
The role of an Ambassador is exciting, rewarding and varied! Ambassadors attend fun training days throughout the year and get the chance to learn handy and valuable skills. To complete your Ambassador programme you need to give 30 hours throughout the year to your role which will include; assisting with SU events, helping at open evenings, sitting on staff interview panels, mystery shopping and much more!
Ambassadors are important to staff and students as they help us to make sure we are listening to the Student Voice, making improvements that are important to you!
The Ambassador Programme will help you grow in confidence, it provides you with responsibility and is great for your CV! You can become a part of a community where you can make friends and represent students like yourself to make the College a great place to learn!
If you would like to become an Ambassador all you need to do is pick up a form, fill it in and drop it into The Hub at Lansdowne or the eLounge at North Road! We are here if you have any questions so come and chat to the SU team!
Student Reps are nominated by their class in September. Their role is to represent the students in their class for the whole year.
Reps receive training in October and this enables them to talk to their peers about any problems with their course or the College along with helping staff to promote upcoming events and trips!
Every term all Reps attend Forum meetings for their curriculum area. They meet with the head of the curriculum area and a member of the College Senior Leadership Team. These meetings are for Reps to relay student comments and to discuss all aspects of College with feedback from students – they are the voice of their class.
There are tonnes of opportunities for Reps to get involved and get their voices heard; one of which being the annual Student Feedback Conference, which all Reps are invited to attend!
If you would like to become a Rep speak to your tutor to put your name forward to be elected by your class.