What is Student Voice? | Student Voice is a summary of the perspectives, experiences, opinions and ideas of Staffordshire University students.
Our Student Voice team empowers you to improve the quality of your course and make a lasting difference to your University experience.
That’s because your Students’ Union is committed to making sure you have a brilliant time here at Staffs, both socially AND academically.
If you find yourself frustrated with aspects of student life, there’s always something you can do.
I need some help. What are my options?
If you have an issue, idea or query, you have options of who can help you.
Your first port of call is your Course Representative who is a student just like you who represents your course. You can find them by clicking here, where you'll also see who your Department Rep is and see which Officer leads for your School.
If you have an idea to contribute to improving the university, you can always submit one online to be discussed at the next Better Staffs Forum. If you have a more straightforward query, try the chat at the bottom right of your screen or drop an email to Union@staffs.ac.uk
Alternatively, if you have an issue and you just don't know where to start, you can tell us about an issue using the form below.
Reports to University Committees: Student Voice Summarised
Your Officer Team regularly submit reports to many of the University's formal Boards & Committees. The three priority groups that Your Union provides summary reports to are Academic Board (strategic oversight of University business), Quality Enhancement Committee (oversight of learning & teaching, standards and policies) and University & Union Liaison Committee (where Your Union connects with key members of University senior staff).
Academic Board Reports 2021-22
Quality Enhancement Committee Reports 2021-22
University & Union Liaison Committee Reports 2021-22
Be Part Of It!
If you’d like to champion student views on life at Staffs, you can contribute by:
You’ll be provided with support and training to make a real difference; you’ll have the opportunity to meet new people and develop your employability skills.
Ask the Student Voice team how you can get involved from the moment you arrive!