Student Voice


Representation is at the heart of what we do as your Students' Union, and what you have to say can make a huge impact on your student experience.


There are a number of ways you can have your voice heard whilst at Harper, from campaigning with your Educational Champion to filling out our Student Voice Surveys.

Our Student Voice Coordinator works alongside the University to help you get the most out of your student experience and to ensure that all of your feedback and suggestions are heard and acted upon across campus.

If you're not happy with something at the University and have an idea on what changes need to be made, then get in touch with us!



Student Voice Priority
Students are having difficulties with timetabling in ways that negatively impact their education. We recommend that an urgent review be done on timetabling and associated changes.
Students require additional social and informal study space on campus. We will lobby for the university to invest in fit-for-purpose spaces for social and academic student engagement.
Students need more plug sockets in lecture theatres, especially in B-Block, Weston lecture theatre, and Foulkes Crowther. We will lobby for the university to complete this work this academic year.
Students want high quality recordings to supplement face-to-face lectures. We continue to recommend that high quality recordings of every lecture be available to students.
Our Student Surveys indicate that greater inclusivity is needed on campus to better support our under-represented students. We will work closely with our elected Student Executives of under-represented students – BAME, LGBTQ+, Post-grad, Disabilities, International, and Commuter Student Reps – to foster greater community engagement.
Harper students have been financially and mentally impacted by the cost-of-living crisis. We recommend that a committee be created to strategise meaningful ways to mitigate the financial impact on students.