Faculty Student Council
Who are we?
Maybe you have a question about the Education and Examination regulations (EER), a suggestion for the student working places or other suggestions for improvements at our faculty. Where do you go to as a student? You can contact the Faculty Student Council (FSC). The Faculty Student Council is a group of students who are committed to representing the students of our faculty. We discuss topics that are relevant for our faculty. These could be topics that return regularly, such as the earlier mentioned student working places and the EER, however these can also be topics that are more actual, such as the new Social Sciences building and also topics that are only just becoming more relevant, think of student well being and durability.
The FSC of Social Sciences 2021-2022 consists of:
- Sacha Boosten (voorzitter)
- Ammy Lê (secretaris)
- Pepijn Burger (vice-voorzitter)
- Giovanni Meijer (technisch voorzitter)
- Jekke Metzlar (penningmeester)
- Eric Fleischer (algemeen lid)
- Sophie van Lith (assessor)
We try our best to represent the students as well as we can but we need your help, by sharing your advice, complaints and suggestions we have a better picture of our faculty, how the students experience it and thus we are better equipped to represent our students. However you are also always welcome to contact us if you have questions regarding our faculty, we would be happy to answer them. You can find our contact details at the bottom and you can stay up to date via our social media.
The members of the FSC are chosen yearly during the university elections. If you would be interested to make yourself eligible for the FSC keep an eye on our social media for information or send us an email on the address below for information.
The FSC is responsible for representing the students in our faculty, but how do they do this? The FSC has some initiatives on its own such as supporting the Degree program committees (in Dutch: OLC’s) and communicating relevant information to the students. However the most important tool the FSC has, is their seat in the Faculty Joint Meetings (in Dutch: Facultaire gezamenlijke vergadering). In these meetings the FSC can discuss, and sometimes vote on, policy presented by the Faculty board.