These are your full-time elected officers for 2012-13. Make sure to take a look at their videos as well.
My role, as is probably obvious from the title, comes in two parts.
We all come to UCL to study and to learn, and part of my role is the representation of UCL students on education issues. In this way, I work for the defence and improvement of the educational experience of all students. This involves lobbying, campaigning and sitting on a wide-range of UCL committees.
In short, what is an EEOO anyway?
I am here to look after the specific and often complex needs of UCL’s medical and postgraduate students as well as students from the School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies (SSEES) and the School of Pharmacy. I work closely with student representatives from both of these groups to represent you, assist with any welfare issues, and generally to make sure your education and extra-curricular experiences at UCL are what you expect.
Many Students come to UCL not only for its excellence in Academia but also for the Student Activities we have on offer. UCLU now has over 200 Club and Societies so student activities at UCLU are extremely varied. Over 8,000 students a year get involved in the diverse set of events, societies, fixtures, training and other activities we run. My role is to make sure that you can easily pursue your hobbies and interests outside of your lectures during your time at UCL.
I am here to ensure you are able to get the most from your time at UCL. My role involves looking after your “welfare” and representing you to the College on a variety of important issues. By welfare my role is considered to mostly cover the safety and wellbeing of students, but I am also the key liaison between the four liberation campaigns- supporting the part-time officers.
For information on which College Committees the full-time officers sit on, please click here.