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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

2 posts
Last post 28 May 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

Tiana Holgate

Welfare & Campaigns Officer

Student Welfare update

In what is obviously a worrying and uncertain time, it’s more important than ever that everyone takes active steps to look after their wellbeing. This is just a quick update to let you know that the SU is still here for you if you need us, as well as to give you a few tips on how to stay in good physical and mental shape during the coming weeks!

First up, the other Sabbatical Officers and I are still working, so please do get in touch - we are currently working from home, but are always here to help! You can contact us via email or through our Facebook accounts if there’s anything you need.

The SU’s Advice Centre is also fully functioning - our wonderful welfare advisers are set up virtually, and we urge you to use this service for any concerns you may have regarding housing or other issues. Please follow this link to their enquiry form to get in touch with them:

Staying well mentally and physically is also extremely important, despite our current lack of conventional methods for doing so! Here are just a few ideas of things you can do during this period of social distancing:

  • Follow @teamwarwicksport on Instagram for some fun ways to stay active from Charlotte and our sports clubs!
  • Loneliness can be tough to manage, so it’s important that we try to stay connected as much as possible – join our Corona Community Facebook Group to chat with other members of the Warwick community! We have virtual events coming up such as quizzes, workout videos, interactive challenges and more, while clubs and societies will also be getting in on the action by hosting their own online events.
  • Be sure to utilise some fab 21st Century methods of fun such as Netflix Party or communal online gaming!
  • You can still engage with all our campaigns virtually including our new Body Positivity campaign.
  • Try to maintain a healthy balance whilst doing your work from home - building a routine can be difficult, but please take a look at these guides which have some tips on how to do this:

    Student Minds guide
    Times Higher Education guide
    Mental Health First Aid guide

Finally, this can be an anxiety-inducing time for a variety of reasons - if you need support in this area, please contact the University’s Wellbeing Services team, as they are also set up to support you virtually.

I’ll be back with an update on more of what I’ve been working on in the welfare-world very soon. Stay well and stay safe!

Tiana x