Academic Advice and Student Representation

Find out more about the academic support provided by our Students' Union and how they represent you on various committees and meeting.

Academic Support

If you think you are eligible to be granted an extension or you have a circumstance mitigating you from submitting a work within a deadline or from being present during an examination, please refer to the appropriate forms. 

You can also contact our Student Services team who will be able to provide you with various means of academic support. They can direct you to our Study Skills tutor who can help you develop your academic skills for both written work and presentations. We also have an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) lecturer on campus to help those of you whose first language isn't English and may need help to improve it to a higher level.


Student Representation & Voice

At AECC University College we welcome student input on all levels. You can have your voice heard through your course rep, the Students' Union or through the regular student voice workshops. Our newly-elected course reps are:

Year Reps 2020/21


Issy Mitchell 

Tyron Harling 


MChiro Year 1 

Tom Hengstman 

Nell Marshall 


MChiro Year 2  

Lea Illing 

Bruce McDonald 


MChiro Year 3  

Glen Wyatt 

Matt Dalton 


MChiro Year 4  

Joe Rutter 

Jordan Sisson 


MSc Chiropractic Year 1  

Vilde Loken 


MSc Chiropractic Year 2 

Kajsa Nordboe 

Tora Vikhaug 


MSc Chiropractic Graduate Entry Year 1  

Rosie Hitchcox 


MSc Chiropractic Graduate Entry Year 2  

Rachel Speid 

Emily Rosser 


Sport Exercise and Health Science Year 2 

Lewis Carolan 

Holly Jaszek 


Clinical Exercise and Rehabilitation Science Year 3  

Gabrielle McDowell 

Kathryn Snook 


MSc Sport and Exercise Psychology  

Toby (Tbonne) Kennealy 


MSc Sport Rehabilitation and Therapy  

Matty Llewellyn 

Phoebe Wing 


Diagnostic Radiography Year 2  

Gary Hicks


Champions Scheme

Wellbeing and mental health: Trin Dancy

Sustainability: Lina Schwarz

LGBTQ+: Danielle Oberman

BAME: Ryan Mullings


If you wish to represent the student body at AECC University College then running for a position on the Students' Union is a great opportunity to do this. Alternatively you can become a course rep which involves going to committee meetings and feeding back the voice of the students on your course.