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, have a look at the appropriate forms.
Also, be sure to contact our Student Services' team who will be able to provide you with various means of academic support. They can also 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.
Represenation & 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
Gateway: Charlie Haslam and Tom Hengstman
MChiro Year 1: Najib Karimi and Bruce MacDonald
MChiro Year 2: Lidi VanStichel and Timi Rotimi-Toviho
MChiro Year 3: Ashraf Ali and Alessandra Carriero
MChiro Year 4: Matt Jackson and Amy-Louise Faulkner
Msc Chiro 1: Alexsandra Nordtun
Graduate Entry Chiropractic: Emily Rosser
Access: Tom Ahnstrom
CERS 2: Kathryn Snook and Gabrielle McDowell
CERS 3: Scott Batchelor and Paolo Amat
BSc SEHS: Holly Jaszek
MSc Medical Ultrasound: Jeremy Ousey
BSc Radiography (Diagnostic): Gary Hicks
Wellbeing and mental health: Trin Dancy
Sustainability: Lina Schwarz
LGBTQ+: Skye Manzie
BAME: Amin Nouroozi
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.