Welcome to the brand new student ideas platform from your Students’ Union

As we’re a student-led organisation, we always need you to tell us your ideas so that we can help to make your student experience at BCU, a better one.

Even though we’re all at home right now, your ideas don’t have to stop. You may have an idea to improve your online teaching experience, or it may be an idea for when we’re all back at University. You can submit an idea for any part of your student experience; from more microwaves on campus, to academic, support, from a new society, to more lockers etc. – literally anything that will improve your student experience.

How the process works:

  • Any student can submit an idea via this ideas platform
  • Once you submit an idea it will go live here for 14 days
  • During the 14 days, every student will have the opportunity to ask you questions about your idea and make constructive comments
  • Every student will then have the option to vote for which ideas they want to see taken forward by your Students’ Union Officers.
  • If your idea gets a minimum score of 16 votes at the end of the 14 days, your idea will have received enough votes to be sent to the Executive Officer team to review and make a final decision on whether this idea becomes an official BCUSU policy or not. Your votes and comments will help the Executive Officer team make that final decision.

So start thinking about what would help you have a better student experience at BCU, and submit it here!

Or leave general feedback...

Student Voice

Back to list
  • 17 score
    17 voters

    I would like to suggest a full time permanent member of staff/receptionist in the City South SU.

      At current the students at the university do not have a point of contact with whom they can direct questions. Previously the ASK desk facilitated this role, however this is no longer available. As a result students have no immediate point of contact to provide support with issues such as housing, finances, room locations or timetabling. This is especially detrimental to new comers at the University who are unfamiliar with the building and the multiple demands both socially and economically starting university can have.
    Jemma Louise Ellis
    4:31pm on 9 Apr 20 I think something similar to this needs to exist at the Art Schools and Jewelry School also, as it has always been a point of feedback. But yeah City South needs one.
    Caroline Ann Humphries
    10:26am on 14 Apr 20 I agree with having a full time member of staff and this would also create a welcome that would alleive anxiety for new members