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Nominations Are Closed - Meet Your Candidates!

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Nominations have closed for Sabbatical Officer and Student Officer Roles, now it's time to meet your candidates and to see who might be representing you in the upcoming academic year!

In all elections, Re-open Nominations (R.O.N.)  is a standing candidate, find out more about R.O.N. here.

Voting will open at 9am on Thursday 5th March.

Sabbatical Officers

Head of Student Education

Responsible for being the voice of every student at Solent University on educational matters. They look after the academic representation system, support all Academic Reps (e.g. Course Reps) and work closely with the academic advice services within Solent University.

  • Ciprian Chiru
  • Malgorzata Gotfryd
  • Zia Ullah
  • Rich Westlake

Head of Student Engagement

Responsible for being the voice of every student at Solent University on all extra curriculum activities and employability matters. They work closely with and support clubs, societies and student media at Solent University, and oversee volunteering and community outreach opportunities offered by the Students’ Union.

  • Aroosa Ahmad
  • Fern Anyan

Head of Student Voice

Responsible for ensuring every student has a voice at Solent University. They look after representation and democracy (e.g. Student Council, Student Reps, etc.) within the Students’ Union and provide political leadership to the organisation.

  • Salman Ashraf
  • Vaios Kouletsos
  • Raspreet Singh
  • Mohamed Zabab

Head of Student Wellbeing

Responsible for being the voice of every student at Solent University on all welfare matters and act as a liaison between students and the local community. The represent students on all issues relating to student support, health, safety and wellbeing.

  • Asraf Ali
  • Jordan Dickinson
  • Benjamin Gilroy
  • Reece Graham
  • James Helbert
  • Teodor Mitsev
  • Elena
  • Hannah Plicio-Keattch
  • Tarun Sharma
  • Honour Hewett

Student Officers

Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Students' Officer

The BME Students' Officer acts as the primary student representative of black and minority ethnic (BME) students at Solent within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of BME students are heard on the issues they face and that their voices are taken into account in decision making at Solent University.

  • Zahra B Bedford-Higgs

Disabilities Students' Officer

The Disabilities Students' Officer acts as the primary representative of all students at Solent University who identify as disabled (e.g. physical, mental, hidden or learning disability) within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of disabled students are heard on the issues they face and that their voices are taken into account in decision making at Solent University.

  • Sophiia deFaia

Environmental Students' Officer

The Environmental Students’ Officer acts as the primary representative of all students at Solent University on environmental issues within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of all students are heard and that the right support is available.

  • Inez Szczepanska

Events Students' Officer

The Events Students’ Officer acts as the primary representative of all students at Solent University on all events run by the Students’ Union for students (e.g. Freshers Week, Grad Ball and SU Presents). They ensure that the voices of all students are heard and taken into consideration when running student events at Solent.

  • Tarun Sharma

International Students' Officer (Non EU)

The International Students' Officer (Non EU) acts as the primary representative of all students at Solent University who are from outside the European Union (EU) within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of international students are heard on the issues they face and that their voices are taken into account in decision making at Solent University.

  • Sarah Lkhagvasuren

Mature Students' Officer

The Mature Students’ Officer acts as the primary representative of all mature students (over the age of 21 when they start their course) at Solent University within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of all mature students are heard on the issues they face and that their voices are taken into account in decision making at Solent University.

  • Tyler Perkins

Mental Health Campaigns Students' Officer

The Mental Health Students’ Officer acts as the primary representative of all students at Solent University on mental health issues (e.g. Student Hub, exam stress, etc.) within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of all students are heard and that the right support is available.

  • Jordan Dickinson
  • Frederick Rawlings

Part-Time Students' Officer

The Part Time Students’ Officer acts as the primary representative of all students at Solent University enrolled on a part time course within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of all part time students are heard on the issues they face and that their voices are taken into account in decision making at Solent University.

  • Stefana Contiu

Undergraduate Students' Officer

The Undergraduate Students’ Officer acts as the primary representative of all students at Solent University enrolled on an undergraduate course within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of all undergraduate students are heard on the issues they face and that their voices are taken into account in decision making at Solent University.

  • Chloe Blake

Warsash Maritime Academy (WMA) Liaison Officer

The Warsash Liaison Officer acts as the primary representative of all cadets enrolled on a Warsash Maritime Academy course within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of all cadets are heard on the issues they face and that their voices are taken into account in decision making at Solent University.

  • Peter Langan

Widening Class Participation Students' Officer

The Widening Class Participation Students’ Officer acts as the primary representative for all students on social class issues (e.g. class discrimination, hardship funding, attainment gap, etc.) issues within the university, Students’ Union and wider community. They ensure that the voices of all students are heard and that the right support is available.

  • Ro Tomlin-Wills

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