Class Reps

Who is a Class Rep?

Class Reps are elected student volunteers chosen by their fellow students who function as a vital link between staff and students, fostering and maintaining open dialogue to improve the students learning experience.

Class Reps are elected at the beginning of an academic year or semester and they represent your views and concerns, ensuring your courses and programmes are the best they can be. They work together with staff throughout the year, and have the opportunity to feedback at Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) meetings that are normally held once or twice a term.


How do I become a Class Rep?

Your course/proramme organiser will advertise the role and explain the process at the start of the academic year or semester. Let your course/programme coordinator know if you are interested in the position as soon as possible. If there are more volunteers than positions available, an election will be held. 

If you are looking for more information about the role itself, please contact the AUSA Reps Team at



Training for class reps can be found here: it is located on our Skills hub and class reps will need to sign up via their university email to access it. 

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I have been elected to be a class rep. What do I do now?

Once you have been elected as a class rep, please email and you will be added to our MS teams group. there you will receive updates on training and Enhanced transcript updates. you will also have easier communication with your School Convener and other class reps in your school. 


Role recognition

To read more about opportunities for recognition, please head to the Enhanced Transcript webpage.

If you have any further questions about becoming a class rep or need support in your role, please contact the AUSA Representation Team at