Your Student Voice

Student voice refers to the range of ways in which students can engage in decisions and actions which shape their learning environment, including the social, recreational, and physical aspects of that environment; and provide direction to Unitec faculties and directorates about ways in which both their learning and wider experiences at Unitec can be enhanced.

There a few ways in which you can express your student voice, connect in or be part of the Unitec Student Council, become a Class Rep, provide feedback via surveys. For more information on these, please see below.

Unitec Student Council

Te Kaunihera Akonga o Wairaka (Unitec Student Council) is made up of current students who are caring, passionate and dedicated, and are elected to represent you here at Unitec. They’re here to support and encourage fellow students through whatever issues or concerns arise on campus. To find out more about your Student Council, visit the Student Council page.

Go to Student Council page

Student Charter

Go to Student Council Elections page

Class Rep

Become a class rep!
Class Reps act as a voice for students and work as liaisons between their classmates, Student Council and staff at Unitec. They have an important role which makes a big difference to day-to-day student life. For more information about being a class rep, visit the Class Rep page.

Go to Class Rep page

Giving feedback

Surveys are an important feedback tool for the institute, we encourage you to complete these when sent out. It is an opportunity for you to help shape your courses and student services.

We also encourage you to feedback directly to services and staff throughout the semester.