The Students’ Union is a voluntary body run by students for students and is available to help you settle into College, provide feedback on your course, make new friends and, if you have a problem either in college or outside, we’re here to help.

On enrolment, you automatically become a member of the Students’ Union (unless you decide to opt out) and you can stand for election as a Students’ Union Officer, and/or become a Course Rep, you can also take part in events organised by the Students' Union.

  • Charity fundraising takes place every year
  • Students' Union Freshers Fair
  • External companies, such as Silent Adventures visit students
  • Charity Events by the Students' Union
  • SU events take place at the Town Hall
  • The Students' Union Freshers' Fair banner
  • Wirral Met Students' Union Ambassador standing outside the Town Hall


    • Meet the Students’ Union Team

      The Students’ Union has dedicated officers elected by the students who oversee the running of the Union.  The Executive Students’ Union Committee meets regularly, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further details.

      Who’s who?

      Students’ Union President – To be elected in October 2020

      Students’ Union Administrator (staff) - Wendy Gould

      Students’ Union Adviser (staff) - Sarah Norris

      Students’ Union Administrator (volunteer) - Kathy Wylde

    • Events & Trips

      At the current time due to COVID-19 the Students' Union is not running any physical events. We hope that in the not too distant future we will be able to resume our normal activities. The Students' Union will be running online events and activities through MS Teams.

      Course Rep meetings

      Student Representative Council meetings for 2020/21:

      Monday 2nd November - Thursday 5th November 2020

      Monday 8th February - Thursday 11th February 2021

      Monday 24th May - Thursday 27th May 2021

      Freshers' Fair

      Freshers’ Fair will not be taking place this year. Instead there will be a welcome presentation available on the Student Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) where there will be a link to a live band as well as information from external agencies and an opportunity to get some freebies and maybe win a prize, so visit the VLE for details!

      Blackpool Pleasure Beach

      Postponed until further notice 

      Charity Night - Postponed until further notice

      Where? The Birches Restaurant, Conway Park Campus
      How much? TBC

      Charity Gala Dinner - Postponed until further notice

      Where? The Birches Restaurant, Conway Park Campus

      Alton Towers

      Postponed until further notice 

    • What We Do
      • Students’ Union Officers attend National Union of Students (NUS) conferences, lobbying the government and local MPs, working alongside the NUS on various issues which impact students.

      • The Students’ Union (SU) in previous years there has been an ‘open door’ policy where students would be welcome to call in whenever the office is open for a general chat or to discuss a specific problem. However due to COVID-19 you can only contact the SU by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you need a face to face chat we will arrange for someone to contact you via Teams. Whilst we can’t promise to solve every issue, we will do our best to signpost you to the people who can.

      • Very occasionally, students will find themselves in need of help with a disciplinary issue and we have a dedicated officer who will support you through the process. If you would like their assistance, please contact the Students' Union.

      • The Students’ Union works closely with College staff to organise and facilitate the ‘Student Voice’ which enables students to give feedback to the College. The Union helps to recruit course representatives and organises training events and meetings, which reps attend and put forward views and opinions on behalf of the other students in their groups.

      • Course Representatives play an important role within the college, as they also speak on behalf of their fellow students at Student Representative Council meetings. They tell the College what they are doing well and what not so well. College staff listen to all comments and, where possible, act upon those comments. Any actions taken or reasons why actions cannot be implemented are fed back through Personal Tutors.

      • The Students’ Union gives Personal Tutors information about activities and events that have been organised by the Union.

    Contact Us

    You can contact the Students' Union via email by clicking on the link below, if you need to speak to someone in person we will arrange a face to face meeting with a member of the team.

    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    The SU office is based at Conway Park, on the ground floor next to reception. Opening Times: 9.00 am – 13.00 pm Monday to Friday.


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