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SRUC Students' Association

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Student Panels

What Are They For?

Student Panels aim to help SRUCSA fulfil its aim of creating a community and culture of confident and successful students who are proud to be part of SRUC.

They are intended to be a focal point on campus toĀ help enhance opportunities for students to further develop their student experience with effective communication, representation, and engagement.

The meetings are open to all students no matter which programme of study or mode of attendance.

In particular, these meetingsĀ are useful for Class Reps. If you are a Rep thenĀ we encourage you to attend as regularly as possible.

These meetings would have previously been called Campus Councils, but we changed the name.


The core function of the Student Panel is to give students a means of communicating with their Students' Association and to hold their elected officers to account.

Your Co-Presidents have been elected to represent you and you have a right to comment on their work and make recommendations for future activity.

SRUCSA wants to know what you think of the work it is doing. We want to hear about the aspects of student life that are most important to you and how we can help you to make them better.

Making SRUCSA Work!

In order that it can most effectively carry out its job of representing students and improving their educational experience, SRUCSAĀ seeks to:

  • develop Student Panel meetingsĀ  into a useful event that makes a positive contribution to students experiences on campus
  • establish the panels as important communications hubs for both the Students and SRUCSA
  • develop and promote student engagement on campus through representative, democraticĀ  and social activities
  • raise the profile of SRUCSA in a positive way.

All of thisĀ isĀ underpinned by our core values: Friendliness, Opportunity, Respect, Transparency, Equality.

For more information on upcoming Campus Councils contact you Co-President:Ā

Students in Edinburgh at a Campus Council Meeting