The Student Senate provides a formal forum in which students can raise issues of concern with members of the senior administration of the University and can be consulted on all key institutional matters.
The Student Senate is a consultative and advisory body that reports regularly both to the University Senate and to the University Council.
As a result of its deliberations it may make recommendations or refer matters to appropriate bodies or individuals such as Council (and its committees) and Senate (and its committees).
In particular, the Student Senate will be consulted on University strategies and University policies relating to the student experience and a portion of the University budget will be ringfenced for student projects or initiatives chosen by the Student Senate.
The Student Senate meets at least once each term and the agenda is set by the Vice-Chancellor in consultation with the President of the Roehampton Students' Union.
Reports from Meetings 2017/18
Reports from Meetings 2016/17
Student Senate Archive - Reports from Meetings held in 2010 - 2016