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Students’ Union & Learner Voice

Students’ Union

All students 16+ who enrol on a course at CRC automatically become members of the CRC Students’ Union. The Students’ Union is run by students, for students, and aims to enhance the student experience as well as being a representative body for students. Each year new Students’ Union Officers are elected and hold office for one year.

Elections for President and Vice Presidents happen in May each year and the remaining positions are voted in by you during the first half of the Autumn term.

Positions include:

  • President
  • Vice President (Cambridge Campus)
  • Vice President (Huntingdon Campus)
  • 16 – 19 Study Programmes Officer
  • Adult Learning Officer
  • Apprenticeships Officer
  • SEND Officer
  • International Officer
  • Governor Links

Student Ambassadors

Students can apply to be a Student Ambassador.   Student Voice Ambassadors represent different groups within The College and we currently have the following Student Voice Ambassadors:

  • Environment
  • Young Adult Carers
  • Diversity
  • International
  • Disability
  • Students Who Are Parents
  • Care-Experienced

Students can also apply to be Event Ambassadors – helping out at College Open Events and gaining confidence and employability skills.

CRC Voice

“CRC Voice” is the umbrella name for a group of students made up of Tutor Group Representatives, Student Leaders, Students’ Union Officers and Student Governors. If you decide to put yourself forward for one of these roles, you will have the opportunity to represent your fellow students in order to support the College in providing an outstanding student experience.

You will receive a Welcome to CRC Voice Presentation within your first weeks at College but, if you would like to find out more about getting involved, please visit The Student Engagement Coordinator in the LRC at either site.

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