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

Larissa Kennedy is the Education Officer. Read Larissa's blog, find out her aims for the year and get in touch on her officer page.

Contact Us

The Education Officer's office is on the first floor of SUHQ.

University News

  • Nominations are invited for one member of the Assembly to serve as a representative of the Assembly on the Senate through to 31 July 2021. The new member will replace Dr Thijs van Rens who has commenced a period of study leave. In light of the current membership of the Senate, on this occasion a nominee from the Assembly must be a member of academic staff who is not a professor; the nomination must also be proposed and seconded by members of the Assembly with the consent of the nominee. Full details on Assembly membership can be viewed here.

  • Hear from colleagues celebrating 20, 30 and 40 years at Warwick, as they collect their Long Service Awards. Find out their most memorable moments and their favourite spots on campus.

  • Interested in gaining an insight into academic leadership and how Warwick works? Academics can spend time with a senior colleague and develop their leadership capabilities – find out more and apply by 31 October.

  • Student numbers, the Government’s post-18 funding review, fundraising masterclasses, our Brexit preparations and new Director appointments; read the latest updates from Christine Ennew, Provost.

  • The University of Warwick has announced its intention to cover the cost of the UK settlement fee for its EU citizen employees and their partners and dependants.