Faculty Student Council (FSC)
Maybe you have a question about the Education and Examination Regulations (EER), a suggestion for the study places or other suggestions for improvements at our faculty. Where do you go to as a student?
You can contact us, 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 to our faculty. These could be topics that return regularly, such as the earlier mentioned study places and the EER, however these can also be topics that are more topical, such as the Maria Montessori building and also topics that are only just becoming more relevant, such as student well-being, inclusivity and sustainability.
The FSC of Social Sciences 2022-2023 consists of:
- Floortje Zoon – Chair
- Yael Raz – Secretary
- Raisa Rambaran – Treasurer
- Eric Fleischer – Vice-chair
- Anne Beerepoot – Technical chair
- Gwendolyn Hermans – Student 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 can have a better picture of our faculty, how the students experience it and thus we are better equipped to represent you. 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 elections are coming up again! The Faculty Student Council, consisting of six members, is collecting names for the list of candidates between 8 and 12 May. Would you also like to sign up for the candidate list or do you have any questions? Then fill in the form!
As FSC we set up four focus points for this year that we want to put the most attention on student well-being, awareness of the FSC, privacy and inclusivity. These points and more detailed explanations can be found in this document (pdf, 176 kB).
What rights do you have as a student when it comes to education and exams? This is a big question mark for many students. We are therefore curious to know what you think about this! Would you like to help us fill in a short survey (max 2 minutes) about the Education and Examination Regulations (EER)?