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Student Officers

Alice Churm

Postgraduate Officer

2 posts
Last post 22 Jan 2020
Ben Newsham


11 posts
Last post 11 Oct 2019
Charlotte Lloyd

Sports Officer

3 posts
Last post 24 Jan 2020
Chloe Batten

Education Officer

1 post
Last post 13 Mar 2020
Luke Mepham

Societies Officer

1 post
Last post 30 Jan 2020
Milly Last

Democracy & Development Officer

8 posts
Last post 27 Mar 2020
Tiana Holgate

Welfare & Campaigns Officer

4 posts
Last post 03 Apr 2020

Part-time Officers

Alexandru Fugariu

Part-time & Mature Students' Officer

No posts
Connie Gordon

LGBTUA+ Officer

1 post
Last post 19 Sep 2018
Nathan Parsons

Disabled Students' Officer

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

Trans Students' Officer.

1 post
Last post 13 Nov 2018
Rebecca Brown

 Ethics & Environment Officers

No posts
Taj Ali

Ethnic Minorities Officer

No posts
Talip Yaldaz

International Students' Officer EU

No posts
Zishi Zhang

International Students' Officer NON-EU

No posts

Leo Palma


Why you should run for Societies Officer in the Spring Elections

Being a full-time Student Officer has so far been a wonderful and daunting experience - I honestly can’t believe that it’s been almost 6 months since I started the job! I remember coming into SUHQ on my first day full of optimism and the passion to make positive change for our students – something that, halfway through my term, I still feel every time I get to work.

Every Officer role brings its own unique challenges – and Societies is no different. As Socs Officer, you will be charged with helping and championing the hundreds of student-run societies we have at Warwick. This will involve challenging the University to have a proactive approach to helping societies, working with the local community to increase society opportunities, and creating projects to ensure that each society has the chance to showcase their events.

However, you will not be alone! You work with a fantastic team of Coordinators in our staff team who societies engage with daily. Every time you walk into the Student Activities Office, there is always a bunch of friendly and down-to-earth people who just want to help. That’s what’s so great about the SU – everyone genuinely wants to help you and your members achieve whatever it is that they want. No day is ever the same, and that also keeps the job interesting!

In addition, the freedom of an Officer position is different to anything else you will experience! In no other job will staff ask a recent graduate (or in my case, a would-be third year taking a year out to do this!) to make important, strategic decisions that will affect students both now and in years to come. Being a full-time Officer at the SU involves so much more than just working on your own projects – it requires you to think outside the box when creating campaigns that will affect all students, the determination to answer every student’s concerns through email or in person (regardless of whether you have the faintest idea how to start helping!), and the resilience to keep pushing for what you believe in even if you are told ‘no’ to begin with.

It’s hard work, but I know that if you are passionate about making a difference to students’ lives and have the determination to see that vision through, then you are potentially the right person for the job. Please do come speak to me if you are considering running - I’ll happily talk you through what the job entails and give you a few tips for Election Week! 

Good luck!

Nominate yourself here before Noon on 12th February: