The views and opinions we want to hear from you are anything related to your student experience at the University of Exeter. This could be things you want to see improved, problems you've had, or things that you think have gone well and want to shout about. Positive opinions are as important as negative ones, as it can help good practice be shared in other areas of the University.
Your Students' Guild is here to amplify student voices and needs, based on your views and opinions - so the more you tell us, the better your Students' Guild, Officers and Reps can help to represent you!
We can help pass on your opinions about:
This may include any views you have around teaching, assessment, feedback, research, supervision, and learning resources.
This may include any views you have about the Library, University IT, transportation, catering, and shops on campus.
This may include any views you have about accommodation contracts, living conditions, and facilities in your accommodation including laundry, porters, cleaners, and catering.
This may include any views you have about student finance, tuition fees, or course costs. Note that if you are experiencing personal financial difficulties, you can contact the Advice service.
This may include any views you have about the general welfare and wellbeing of students. Note that if you are experiencing personal health and wellbeing difficulties, you can contact the Advice service.
This may include any views you have about accessibility in education and your ability to participate in activities.
This may include any views you have about student reps and the representation system.
This may include any views about student-led events, volunteering opportunities, and society membership.
This may include any views about speakers, employability resources, and careers workshops.
You won’t need to select a topic when submitting your opinions, so please tell us the specific details of your problem and what outcome you would like to see, or specific details about the best practice you would like us to share and who we should share it with. This will help your Students’ Guild reps to work effectively with staff and create a solution for you.
Beyond opinions, that this system cannot help you with:
This includes posting questions designed to gather momentum for a cause. Please visit the Campaigns page for more information on setting up a Campaign.
Please visit Start a Society for details on the society affiliation process.
Please contact our Advice service directly at https://www.exeterguild.org/advice/ for independent and confidential support or signposting on sensitive matters.
Please report hate incidents, bullying, harassment and sexual assault through the University Speak Out platform: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/speakout/
This includes formal complaints about individual students, the University or the Students’ Guild. Please seek assistance from our Advice team on email@example.com and visit the following pages for more information
Questions relating to the Students’ Guild – firstname.lastname@example.org or https://twitter.com/exeterguild
Questions relating to the University – https://www.exeter.ac.uk/sid/ or https://twitter.com/UofE_SID
Please talk to an elected Officer so they can help you frame your feedback to identify the problem: https://www.exeterguild.org/officers/.