Student Officers

Balraj Dhingra

Balraj is the Sport Officer

4 posts
Last post 29 Jan 2019
Ben Newsham

Ben is the Democracy & Development Officer

8 posts
Last post 22 Jan 2019
Ellie King

Ellie is the Postgraduate Officer

7 posts
Last post 08 Mar 2019
Jemma Ansell

Jemma is the Welfare & Campaigns Officer

6 posts
Last post 27 Feb 2019
Larissa Kennedy

Larissa is the Education Officer

3 posts
Last post 23 Jan 2019
Leo Palma

Leo is the Societies Officer

2 posts
Last post 31 Jan 2019
Liam Jackson

Liam is the President.

6 posts
Last post 16 Jan 2019

Part-time Officers

Alex Lythall

Alex is the Trans Officer.

1 post
Last post 13 Nov 2018
Anne-Marie Matthews

Anne-Marie is the Part-time & Mature Students' Officer.

No posts
Emma Coleman

Emma is the Women's Officer.

16 posts
Last post 23 May 2017
Last comment 08 Mar 2014
Josh Johnson

Josh is the LGBTUA+ Officer.

1 post
Last post 19 Sep 2018
Keir Lawson

Keir Lawson is the Ethics & Environment Officers.

No posts
Maatin Adewunmi

Maatin is the Ethnic Minorities Officer.

No posts
Melissa P. Martin

Melissa is the Disabled Students' Officer.

5 posts
Last post 29 Sep 2016
Last comment 08 Mar 2014

Hope Worsdale

Hope is the President

Warwick Course Reps: making ideas for change into reality!

I’m sure that at some point during their degree, every single student has thought about changes that could be made to their course, department, faculty or the University as a whole which would improve and enhance our academic experience. Universities are constantly evolving institutions, and our student community is full to the brim of ideas about the direction in which Warwick should be moving.

However, it’s one thing to have plenty of ideas for change; making those ideas a reality is where the real challenge lies.

During my time as Education Officer, I have had the absolute pleasure of getting to know so many fantastic student Course Representatives from departments all across the university who are working to do just that. Warwick has a community of over 700 Course Reps who dedicate their time on an entirely voluntary basis to collecting students’ views, raising them with the University and campaigning to enact change. Course Reps are an absolutely essential part of the Students’ Union, acting as our eyes and ears on the ground in every single department to ensure the student voice is both heard and acted upon. This role is by no means easy, but the impact it can have is felt by student cohorts both now and in the future who benefit from an enhanced academic experience.

As an SU, it is so incredibly important that we therefore take time to recognise and celebrate just how much our Course Reps achieve! So without further ado, check out this (by no means complete!) list of wins that Course Reps have secured over the last year or so:

  • Securing lecture capture in certain modules
  • Successfully lobbying for greater provision of written lectures
  • Contributing to reform of the personal tutoring system
  • Creating an alternative marking system based on student consultations
  • Moving submission deadlines for assessed work
  • Organising revision rooms on campus in Term 3 so that students can escape a packed Library
  • Convincing a department to provide printer credits for all undergraduates
  • Successfully lobbying for free hot chocolate in a common room
  • Organising social gatherings for students from postgraduate courses
  • Creating and running several social and academic events, including a dissertation café
  • Assisting students with formal complaints procedures
  • Creating a new module within the curriculum
  • Running exam workshops
  • Organising a module fair for students to enhance module choice processes


As an SU, we are so immensely proud of these achievements, and we would like to extend our thanks to every single Course Rep who has contributed to pushing for positive change here at Warwick.

As such, we will be holding our annual Course Rep & Exec Awards on Friday 19th May, 5:30pm in the Terrace Bar, to recognise and reward the achievements of reps, SU execs and part-time officers throughout this academic year. If you’d like to nominate a Course Rep for special recognition, you can do so online now – details can be found on the Facebook event.

There will be free drinks and refreshments for a limited time, so make sure you get there early to join the celebrations. See you there!