How has Oxford SU been supporting students?
As student representatives we encourage you to consider the University's public health campaign which reminds students of health measures. Our priority, as always, is to represent and support students to improve the overall student experience at the University of Oxford.
Over the past few months, we have been:
As term approaches, we’re working hard to ensure that students are represented and prioritised in all decisions across the University.
How will Oxford SU continue supporting you?
We continue to actively lobby and work closely with the University to ensure:
The delivery of your education at Oxford remains high quality and student-focused.
Welfare and mental health provisions are increased and targeted to deal with demand across the University.
Key aspects of student life including social events, sports and arts are protected and prioritised across the University.
Your six elected Sabbatical officers will continue to be involved in conversations with the University on student concerns. You can can see our latest updates at www.oxfordsu.org/news/article/6013/Update-What-are-your-sabbatical-officers-doing-about-Michaelmas-2020/
If you are interested in getting involved with the work we do at Oxford SU, including our campaigns, projects and student council, visit our website: oxfordsu.org. Please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us, the sabbatical officers, with any questions and ideas, or with our independent and impartial advice service (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any individual concerns.
Nikita Ma – President
Tucker Drew – VP Access and Academic Affairs
Ben Farmer – VP Charities and Community
Lauren Bolz – VP Graduates
Amelia Holt – VP Welfare and Equal Opportunities
Alex Foley – VP Women
Who are the Sabbatical Officers?
We’re a team of 6 students elected annually and in post for a year from July-July. We work full-time at Oxford SU (yes, we’re paid too!) to represent students and campaign on a range of issues. You can see what we do on our website and if you think it sounds fun, look out for the annual elections in February when you can run to be a Sabbatical officer for 2021-22.