The Students’ Union President is the Chair of the Board of Trustees, sits on the highest decision making committee at Royal Holloway, College Council, and is the figurehead of the Students’ Union.
They lead on key campaigns and are heavily involved in all major strategic projects that will directly impact the lives of students on campus.
Hey everyone, I’m Jack and I am your Students’ Union President.
Throughout the year, I represent your views to the University and lobby for the change that matters to you, as well as overseeing a lot of what goes on within the SU.
I work on how we as a Students’ Union engage with you, the students! Following on from the Democracy Review, I will be establishing new and exciting ways to engage with all students on campus and making sure that we are the representative voice of students at Royal Holloway.
In addition to this, I work on various campaigns to make your student life better. This year, I am looking to work with the College on implementing a new Wellbeing Strategy, as well as leading on some key pieces of research.
These research areas are going to include gaining a better understanding of how we can support postgraduate students, and compiling a fully researched Student Voice Report on careers support at Royal Holloway – and how we can all make it better.
If you ever have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Fri 24 Jul 2020
You may remember that back in May we reached out to you to complete our Digital Education Experience survey. We are now pleased to share with you the results of this survey in the form of a detailed Student Insight Report.
Fri 10 Jul 2020
"As much as my receding hairline illustrates the stresses of the past two years, they have been absolutely wonderful and lobbying hard to help improve your university experience has been the perfect way to end my Royal Holloway journey." Over and out from SU President Jack O'Neill.
Wed 17 Jun 2020
Following a year of extensive research and engagement with students, we've published our recommendations on how the University can build careers support that is cutting edge and accessible for all.
Fri 12 Jun 2020
President Jack O'Neill and VP Education Kate Roberts take a look at the current challenges facing the Higher Education sector. They call for a reasonable approach around demanding tuition fee refunds, as they look to the government to provide the support that will allow universities to adapt and deliver, whilst protecting students from financial burden in uncertain circumstances.
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