A very big welcome to the 1200+ students who are joining us from TARC and SLIIT for the summer.
We hope you enjoy your time here, and that some of you will sign up as Student Reps while you are here.
Information on this role and how to sign up can be found here
For those of you who do sign up, we have produced a FAQ’s section, for the Summer School students based on concerns raised by the students of 2012.
This can be found here
If you have any further questions then please feel free to contact me Fiona McFarlane at firstname.lastname@example.org
At Hallam Union we are planning how we will promote the Student Rep role to students in 2013/14. One of the ways we plan to do this is to create a short 5 minute video about what the rep role is, what the benefits are, and what you can get involved in.
We need volunteers to feature in the video to tell us about your experiences as a student rep. The filming can be done at any time which suits you, and will take place within The HUBS. You will only be needed for around 5-10 minutes. Afterwards, we will cut everything together from all people’s experiences to make the video.
If you would like to be involved in making this video, and promoting it to future students then please contact Fiona McFarlane.
Union Council is the highest decision-making body in Hallam Union. It is made up of students who are there to represent you. This includes seven faculty reps who you can contact to raise any issues or put forward proposals for the council to consider.
The current faculty reps are:
ACES – Kieran Pearson
Development and Society – Emily Connor, Ollie Rogerson
Health and Well-Being – Mehdi Najefi, Joe Foster
Sheffield Business School – Hajara Dan-Musa (Postgraduate), Neil Morris (Undergraduate)
To find out more about Union Council, click here.
Welcome to those of you who are both new to Hallam and those returning Hallam students
We’d just like to inform you of our Student Rep Scheme. Student Reps act as a communication link between their fellow students, and university staff about any issues affecting their educational experience.
You can be involved in this as a Rep, and speak up for your fellow students. For more information on this role, and what you can gain then check out this website or email email@example.com
If you choose not to be a Rep then you can still participate by providing feedback to your Reps, and supporting them in their role.
To those who have already signed up for the eyar we have some exciting things coming up for you this Academic Year, and we will be regularly keeping you informed and as involved as possible in all that we do to support you as reps
Click here to find answers to frequently asked questions relating to Student Reps including how to nominate yourself for 2012/13.