.Representation

Our Winchester Student Committee is here to represent the views of students at the Winchester School of Art and make the changes that matter to you.

We run a number of popular events at WSA, including Quizzes in the WSA Café, the WSA Summer Ball, WSA Careers Week, a Summer BBQ and much more. Take a look at our Facebook page to find out about upcoming events.

Remember that all of our Southampton-based services are open to you too, so check out how you can get involved.

These are just some of our recent Winchester Wins:

Meet Our Team

WSA Officer – vacant

The WSA Officer aims to make positive changes to your day-to-day life at University. They are responsible for making your voice heard at both Winchester and Southampton campuses.

Art School President – Kelly Yang

The Art School President represents WSA students’ academic and education issues and rights. They are the point of contact for our Vice-President Education & Democracy regarding all academic matters at WSA, and are also the link between Course Reps and the Faculty Officer.

Erasmus Park Officer – vacant

The Erasmus Park Officer works to improve facilities, support you with any issues you may face and make sure that students living in Erasmus Park are having a great time by running a range of activities and events.

WSA Creative & Careers Rep – Chili Sun

The Creative & Careers Rep oversees all the opportunities for careers support and creative activity at WSA. They will work with the students to find out what kind of careers support you want us to provide during the WSA Careers Week in February. They will also find opportunities to promote and support extra-curricular creative activity for students.

WSA Welfare Rep – Sarah Willcocks

The WSA Welfare Rep is responsible for your wellbeing, ranging from mental health through to housing issues and everything in between.

WSA Social Rep – Alana Weeks

Our Social Rep oversees all the events and activities held at WSA, from Quiz nights to Summer Balls. They work closely with you to find out what you’d like to see happen on campus. Get in touch if you have an idea for a new social activity, or to pass on feedback for something you attended.