Made up of students, staff and heads of departments, SSLCs provide an accessible arena for students to discuss any concerns they have with teaching, learning and student support services with the academic staff from their department.
They also provide an opportunity for the department to receive feedback from students, particularly if changes to a course are proposed. This is the strongest mechanism for getting involved with how your academic life at Warwick is shaped. You can run for election as an SSLC Representative in the first few weeks of Term 1.
For more information on SSLCs, and to find your representatives, find our pages on the University website.
The second of three Education Conventions happening this academic year will take place on Wednesday 20th February in the Humanities Building, starting in H0.52 from 3pm-5.30pm, followed by a drinks reception in the Terrace Bar in the Students' Union building. One free drink per person provided.
This is your opportunity to discuss your issues and ideas with your Students’ Union Sabbatical Officers, Faculty Representatives, senior University staff members including those from within the central University structure and across the different services and with other students both within and outside of your faculty. There will also be sessions on personal tutoring, the Postgraduate teachers survey, the course costs data and more to be confirmed.
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