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The Students’ Union

Students Union LogoThe University of Wolverhampton Students’ Union is an independent charity 
‌that is run by students for students.

Welcome to the University of Wolverhampton Students’ Union. We’re here for ALL students, regardless of course, mode or location of study. We’re here to represent you, advise you and make sure you get the most out of your University experience. We also want you to be equipped with the right skills so when it comes time to leave, you’re ready to take advantage of more opportunities than when you arrived. To find out how we do this, read on. 

Your Union is led by a team of Student Officers, each with responsibility over a specific area relating to student life. These Officers, both full & part time, are elected by the student body each year in cross campus elections. Your full time Officers are:


  • Anisah Khalid – Academic Officer - The Academic Officer coordinates the academic representation system. They will actively monitor higher education issues on the local and national scale and will attend University meetings to represent students’ views on academic issues. They will liaise regularly with the other full time Officers, senior University staff, Union and University departments in order to recognise and respond to emerging educational/academic needs of our students.

  • Issic Romel – Union Affairs Officer - The Union Affairs Officer will take the student lead responsibility on the development and delivery of the Student Unions’ democratic structure policies and procedures. They will with other Officers lead on representing and providing a voice for as wide a cross section of our 21,000 students.

  • Majid Akhtar – Community Officer - The Community Officer’s role will include, supporting and representing students on issues such as housing, catering, transport, health and well-being and the environment.

    A key role will be engaging with our students to enable them to participate and lead on student-led activities and projects.

  • Ik Mirembe – Diversity Officer - The Diversity Officer will cover equality and diversity issues, ensuring that there is a real resource from the student union in representing our diverse community. They will have specific responsibility for BAME, international, liberation groups and TNE students.

Student Voice

If your assignments weren’t being marked on time or you felt there weren’t enough computers available for you to complete your work, who would you speak to about it? Apart from your Union Officers you can get in touch with your course/faculty representative, a fellow student on your course/in your faculty who’s volunteered their time to listen to student views and resolve any issues as necessary. To find out more about the Student Voice system including how to become a course, school or faculty representative go to  

Volunteering and Training

Wolves Students' Union have a number of rewarding project-based volunteering opportunities available that can fit flexibly around your existing commitments or we can support you to set up your own project with an organisation or cause that you are passionate about. For more information visit


Lecture finished, coursework complete, revision done, if you’ve got some spare time on your hands and a hobby or interest you’d like to share with other students, we can help you join or start a society. Joining a society can not only help you meet new people but also improve communication skills and confidence. For a list of current societies visit


During your time at University we want you to be mentally and physically well. Well@Wolves aims to provide you with all the information to LiveWell, StudyWell and FeelWell. For more information go to

SU Bar and Café

SU Bar and Café has everything from coffee, smoothies and milkshakes to paninis and pizza to satisfy those hunger cravings. There is also a licensed bar which has everything from beer to cocktails. 

NUS Extra Card

An NUS Extra Card gives you discounts from a massive array of retailers and it’s exclusive to students. You can get hold of yours from Students’ Union reception at either City or Walsall campus or online at

Advice & Support Centre

ASC is independent and offers free, confidential and impartial advice in areas such as academic, finance, health and wellbeing (welfare) and housing. ASC is here to support you at all stages of your University journey: before you enrol, during your studies and after you graduate. Go to

Connect Peer Mentoring

Connect recruits and trains student peer mentors to provide social support and signposting to other students on campus, ensuring that they settle into the University community and have the best possible experience. For more information please go to

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