One of the primary purposes of Warwick SU is to represent you - whether that’s to your academic department, to the University, the local council or nationally. We're a great place to get support and help - we work alongside the Advice Centre to deal with academic issues such as appeals and complaints, along with wider issues surrounding Higher Education. Remember that our collective voice is much stronger than a lone one!

Education Officer

Charlie Hindhaugh is the Education Officer. Read Charlie's blog, find out his aims for the year and get in touch on his officer page.

Contact Us

The Education Officer's office is on the top floor of SUHQ.

University News

  • We’ve become a founding member of a new international consortium focused on gender equality, led by the University of Bologna. The new partnership will develop, implement and evaluate gender equality plans tailored for each organisation involved.

  • Warwick's students are amongst the most active in the country, the Outstanding Student Contribution Award (OSCA) aims to recognise their many achievements.

  • For the next Research Evaluation Framework (REF) process there is a policy on open access. Journal articles and conference papers published in a journal, accepted on or after 1 April 2016, must be deposited to an appropriate repository promptly on acceptance for publication in order to be eligible for the next REF. Find out how to comply on the Library’s WRAP website.

  • The award recognises his positive impact on LGBT equality, working with staff and students in our campus community.

  • We're delighted to be sponsoring this year's Coventry Pride festival, in partnership with Coventry University.