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

  • The Government has today released its joint Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) and Autumn Statement. This sets out the course of Government spending over the next four financial years, up to the next General Election in 2020.

  • Warwick is set to play a crucial role in the next step towards the transformation of the UK’s energy sector after the Government confirmed £60m investment for the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA). The investment is backed by a further £120 million from the private sector and Midlands Innovation universities.

  • Warwick has made the shortlist for two Green Gown Awards, an annual celebration of Sustainability-related excellence in UK Universities. The award ceremony will take place this Thursday, 26 November.

  • Be part of our students’ special occasion – sign up to support winter degree ceremonies in January, either as part of the academic procession or as a staff marshal. Interested, but not sure what’s involved? Hear from previous volunteers and take a look at the role descriptions. Sign up to help by 18 December.

  • Between Tuesday 24 November and Thursday 17 December you will be able to pick up a replacement ID card, which has been updated in line with the new Warwick brand, from one of a number of collection points across campus.