Have your say.
Want to make a difference to your college?
One of the things that makes The College such a great place to study, is that we listen to and act quickly on student feedback. While you’re with us, you have the chance to take responsibility for making real changes.
There are lots of ways for you to influence what happens here, so read on, get involved and make a difference! Enjoying different experiences and taking on additional responsibilities is a big confidence boost and can help you in the future, as you apply for university or for a job.
You’ll no doubt see our College Principal, Diane Grannell, around campus. She holds regular walk-in sessions, so you can just turn up to have a chat and share your opinions about your College.
Or if you want a quick answer, simply contact Diane with a text, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and she’ll get back to you.
Bournemouth and Poole College’s Students’ Union (BPCSU) have created Our Voice, Our College to provide students with a voice at the college and to ensure your views and opinions are listened to. BPCSU’s aim is to make your student journey the best it can be and that you have the opportunity to engage with the college.
The Student Executive Committee is a group of students that are elected each year by you, to work with us in making big decisions for the Students’ Union. Student Execs are there to listen to your feedback and work with staff, to make sure that your time at the College is the best it can be.
You can find out more information on how to nominate yourself for the Executive Committee here.
Each year a President is elected by you, to be the figure head for the Students’ Union. Their role is to deliver a manifesto and make the college better for the students. The President works closely with the Student Executive Committee and liaises with the college, to work on matters that affect you throughout your time at college.
Student Ambassadors are very important roles, that are there to represent the college and take part in events and activities throughout the year, including Open Evenings and staff interview panels. There are three different positions available: College Ambassadors, Mental Health Ambassadors and Higher Education Ambassadors. To find out more information about the roles and how to get involved,
Each year, an Our Voice, Our College Conference is held to provide students with the opportunity to give feedback about life at the college. A range of workshops are organised by staff from the college, to give students a greater chance to voice their opinions and ideas.
Further information about Our Voice, Our College can be found on the Student First website here
Visit studentfirst.org.uk for more details about how to get involved with BPCSU at the college and to make your college experience the best it can be.