Representing you

The Students' Union is here to represent your views so that your time studying at Royal Holloway is a positive and enjoyable experience. By being the collective voice of students we are able to tackle pressing issues, lobby for social change, and campaign on your behalf - using your views and opinions as guidance.

There are loads of different ways you can actively get involved, from becoming an academic rep and making changes on your course, through to engaging with our Union Workshops and having a direct say on the services we deliver.


Your Officers

Every year the student body elects four Sabbatical Officers to work full-time in the Students' Union for a year. They work on a range of issues relating to student life, listening to your thoughts and opinions while running campaigns and working with the Students' Union and the University to implement positive policy changes.

Meet the team

Find Your Academic Rep

Every student has a course, department, and school rep - these are individuals who represent you and give you a voice in your educational experience. To find the rep for your programme, search for your department below and you'll be shown your programme reps.


Latest updates

Executives Update - November 2020

Thu 26 Nov 2020

Over the past few weeks, school reps, Collective convenors and student group members met with your VPs to discuss the projects that have been happening in the last few months and feed into the direction of new streams of work.

 
An Update On Extensions

Thu 26 Nov 2020

As a result of the Christmas travel window and the implications that the Covid-19 climate has had on students this academic year, the College has revised its extensions policy to help support those students who are unable to meet deadlines due to their circumstances.

 
House Viewings: Know What To Do

Wed 25 Nov 2020

Next up, for our mini-series of blogs in celebration of Housing Week, we'll be giving you all the tips and tools to help you work your way around house viewings, ensuring you're treated fairly and know what questions to ask, whether you're the one viewing the house, or the one expecting viewers in your current home.