Student Voice

Middlesbrough College’s Student Voice has been set up to make sure you have the best experience possible at college. We offer a range of ways to do this and encourage all students to get involved! So, whether students are wanting support in setting up their own sports club, have ideas on exciting trips and campaigns or simply want their voice to be heard, we have the answer!

  • Start a club
    If you want to start a society or club, the Student Voice can help you do so! It’s the perfect opportunity to make friends and share your interests with like-minded people. 
  • Organise an event
    The Student Voice organises lots of different events for our students to get involved with, ranging from charity fundraisers to fresher’s week. 
  • Become a class representative 
    Students are able to elect class and directorate representatives at the start of the year. These students attend cross-collect meetings and share the views of their peers with senior management. 

  • Join the ambassador programme
    These scheme allows you to get involved in a range of College events and activities such as open evenings and award ceremonies. It's the perfect opportunity to gain new skills, develop your confidence and represent the College. 
  • Make your voice heard
    Most importantly the Student Voice gives students the opportunity to share their views on the College and help bring about change. 
Tom Courtman Stock Sabbatical Officer Middlesbrough College
Tom Courtman-Stock
Sabbatical Officer / Student President
As Sabbatical Officer and Student President, Tom's role is focused on bridging the gap between staff and students, ensuring that your voices are heard! Tom is now in the second year of the role, meaning that students will elect a new Student President at the end of 2018. 

Tom is supported by a team of student union executive officers, who are elected each year to current students who are keen to have specific roles and responsibilities within our Student Voice.

For more information and to get involved, please email Tom or call 01642 333533.