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How your Student Reps can help

There are now over 300 students reps in post!


These Reps are your academic representatives who are here to help with your learning experience at university. Your Student Rep has the position to voice your opinions to the relevant people, ranging from talking to someone about dim lighting in your lecture theatre, to more specific issues such as meeting with University management about providing more study spaces on campus. If you have any academic related issues such as module content, textbooks in the library or assessment feedback,  your first point of contact should be your Student Rep.


Your Student Rep should hold officer hours, so if you did need to discuss something further, just get in touch with them to arrange that. Just login to sussexstudent.com/myrep to find out who your Student Rep is, you will then be shown their preferred method of contact. Alternatively, you could go to sussexstudent.com/theloop to type in any feedback you have, this is also sent to your Student Rep and your feedback is anonymised.



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