Goldsmiths Students’ Union sees students as part of an academic community, and we believe that meaningful student participation in academic life includes having a say and being heard on any and every issue that affects them.

Representation

Goldsmiths Students’ Union sees students as part of an academic community, and we believe that meaningful student participation in academic life includes having a say and being heard on any and every issue that affects them.

Academic representation is a crucial part of making this happen: we want every student to know where to take their issues, compliments, complaints, ideas and suggestions about their life at Goldsmiths. Getting involved in representation also means students can develop valuable research and organisational skills which can be brought into cultural and creative work, further academic pursuits, or activism and advocacy.