Nottingham Trent Students’ Union is here to make your time at Trent the best it can be.
You can learn more about how we do that in this post, but in this one, you can learn more about the student representatives who are in place to support you and make sure your voice is heard while you’re at NTU.
Your Executive Officers work full-time to represent you on everything from your welfare to your studies. They work alongside the university to make important changes based on your feedback. Find out more about them and how you can get in touch here.
Equality and Diversity Chairs
NTSU’s Equality and Diversity Network Chairs are students who represent a range of student demographics at NTU. They work part-time alongside their studies to chair our E&D networks and support our diverse student population. Joining a student network is a great way to meet like-minded people with shared values and experiences.
You may not have started studying just yet, but once you do, it’s important to know who your Course Reps are. They act as your voice when it comes to your experience in your school or on your course. They work with the University and Students’ Union to improve your educational experience at Trent based on your feedback.
For more information on having your say at your Students’ Union, visit our Student Voice webpage.