How do I represent Combined Honours and Interdisciplinary students?
Some reps are appointed to represent a Combined Honours or Interdisciplinary course, such as Philosophy and History, Mathematics with Economics, or Sport and Exercise Medical Sciences. Since the content for these courses is delivered by two or more different departments, feedback will need to be taken to different places. Each department has its own SSLC, and Combined Honours reps are able to attend either SSLC that is relevant to the course they are studying.
Do I need to attend every SSLC?
No. You will only be invited to the SSLC for your primary department (or Major). If you want to attend the others, that is your decision, but we do not want you to feel forced to take on additional meetings solely because you represent a Combined Honours course that crosses departments. If you have feedback for the other departments, you can send this to the relevant Subject Chair for that SSLC if you do not wish to attend the meeting.
Which is my primary SSLC?
Your primary SSLC is the one for the department that administers you course. For most Combined Honours degrees, this is the first subject listed in your degree title (e.g. the primary department for "BA Classical Studies and English" is Classics and Ancient History). You can also identify your primary SSLC by logging in to the Find Your Reps page and seeing which Subject is listed as "Your Main Subject Represenation".