Every year we give students the opportunity to elect a group of individuals to lead the Students’ Association. All our Officers work in a range of full-time and voluntary positions for one year. Their objective is simple – to improve your time here at Borders College.
Any student has the right to stand for election. All students have the right to vote. Each year you can vote for your Students’ Association officers.
Information on how to apply for any of our elected positions can be found on our forms and resources page.
Making improvements to learning and teaching based on student feedback. Very involved in the student representative system and will sit on the college’s Board of Management alongside the Student President.
Working with the college, Student Services and BCSA to make sure we are all doing as much as we can to improve student wellbeing and mental health.
Representing students studying at Newtown.
Representing students from the LGBTQ community, and leading our LGBTQ student group.
Representing disabled students and supporting the college to become more accessible and inclusive for disabled people.
Representing all students who identify as female, create opportunities for female empowerment and work with the college to address gender inequality in all its forms.
Representing the views and experiences of male students on issues around mental health and wellbeing.
Representing the views of students in relation to environmental sustainability and climate change
Working with BCSA to build a network of online and in-person student groups and clubs