Class Reps

What is a Class Rep?

Class Life Reps are an essential part of University and UL Student Life. They are our eyes and ears on the ground and work as a point of contact for the class, the lecturers, tutors and of course UL Student Life.

Why would I be a Class Rep?

This is your Class, your University and your UL Student Life. It’s time to step-up, become a leader, a communicator and take on some responsibility. It looks great on your C.V., as well as receiving formal Class Rep training through the National Student Engagement Programme (NStEP).

Further Information and Nomination Form

If you’d like more information about becoming a class rep, download our ‘Student Representation Handbook’

Student Representation Handbook (56 downloads)

Ready to take the plunge? Download the ‘Class Rep Nomination Form’

Class Rep Nomination form (53 downloads)

Or pick up a nomination form the Student Centre, fill out the form and make sure to hand it back into the Student Centre, at either reception or into the Leadership and Representation office.

In the event that more than one student puts their name forward there will be an election.

Get your form signed by 10 other people from your class.

Class Rep Nominations are open all year until the positions are filled, but try and have them in by Wednesday week 1.

There can be more than one class rep per course. There is one class rep per 25 students up to a max of 4 class reps.