The Student Council is a collegiate body made up of one class representative for each degree at the University.
Who chooses the Council members?
The university students choose their class delegates through a democratic voting process.
The delegates for each degree, summoned by Student Services, democratically vote for a single representative for each degree. The representative chosen will automatically join the Student Council on their campus as degree spokesperson.
The degree spokespersons will then vote, in democratic manner, for the president, vice-president and secretary of the Council on each campus.
What are its objectives?
The objectives of the Council are to: vitalise university life and act as interlocutor between students and University services by collecting all the ideas, suggestions, proposals, initiatives and concerns which the students of this university may have or would like to undertake.
How do I contact the Council?
If you want to make a proposal to the Council, you can:
Get in touch with the Student Council on your campus by writing to their e-mail account
Get in touch with the council member for your degree (degree spokesperson)
You can make your proposals through your class delegate or the Student Services officer on your campus.
From top to bottom: Ariadna Peinado. Below, from left to right: Josep Maria Batlle, Eduardo Baronet, Alex Casanova, Marc Petisco, Xavier Matas, Ana María Alcázara, Juan David Gaitán and Marina Castell.