The Student Representative Council is one of the oldest student bodies at the University of Dundee and has been responsible for raising the student voice on campus since the University was founded. The SRC is an elected body of students and has a series of important responsibilities which make sure that students have a lead role in deciding what DUSA should be fighting for on student’s behalf.
The SRC meets four times a semester to discuss issues that matter to our students and develop solutions and answers to big questions on campus. You can attend any of their meetings held in DUSA The Union’s meeting rooms on level 4 and watch the motions in discussion.
The SRC meeting dates:
Check here to see the latest motions from the SRC
Meet Your SRC Members
The Council is also made up of the DUSA Executive, School Presidents, Independent Member of Court (IMC) and other positions. Along with the SRC Chair, the DUSA Exec, School Presidents and IMC are elected in the spring elections in the second semester. Each SRC member has a specific area of student life that they represent, covering everything from the 1st Year Rep to a Mature Rep, Disabilities Rep and an Equality, Diversity and Welfare Rep. In addition to the DUSA Exec, the council is made up of the following SRC members and School Presidents.
Got an Idea to Improve Student Life?
Visit SRC Online to submit an idea to your Student Reps