Aims and responsibilities

Reigate College’s Students’ Union is made up of twenty-four elected student members. The SU serves as the main link between the College’s senior management team and the student body.

Student officers meet once a week and representatives are regularly invited to attend meetings with the Principal, Deputy Principals and College Governors.

Aims of the Students’ Union:

  • to strengthen the community spirit within the College
  • to promote the College's position in the local community
  • to ensure that students have a voice in the running of the College

The Union’s responsibilities include:

  • fundraising for charity and extra facilities for students
  • raising students’ issues and  concerns at College Corporation and College Board meetings
  • organising social events, such as the Freshers' Party and Leavers' Ball
  • organising charity and awareness days

Contacting the Students’ Union

The Students’ Union meets every Tuesday at 12.45 in the East Wing Meeting Room and all students are welcome – subject to space!

Students can get in touch with the SU by emailing, or leaving ideas and questions in the suggestion box attached to the Student Union noticeboard in the Refectory. 

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