The Student Experience Committee (SEC) is a Committee of Council which monitors and considers the nature of the student experience at the University in order to ensure it meets agreed key performance indicators (KPIs) and the needs of stakeholders, especially students.
Recognising Senate’s role as the academic authority of the University and the role of Senate committees in maintaining academic standards and enhancing academic quality, the Committee will monitor the quality of teaching, learning and research, taking cognisance of internal and external benchmarks and targets. Noting Finance and Resources Committee’s responsibility for statutory equality and diversity compliance, the SEC is responsible for ensuring a proactive approach and effective engagement with inclusion, equality and diversity.
Click on Terms of Reference and Membership to see Student Experience Committee's full remit.
Dr Martin Toner, Corporate Governance Officer (Council), Quality and Enhancement Office, Room G06, Crescent House, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Meeting Dates||Final Papers for consideration to be submitted by 12pm on|
|Thursday 27 September 2018 at 1:00pm||Monday 17 September 2018|
|Thursday 29 November 2018 at 2:30pm||Monday 19 November 2018|
|Tuesday 7 March 2019 at 1:00pm||Monday 25 February 2019|
|Thursday 30 May 2019 at 2:00pm||Monday 20 May 2019|
The Student Experience Committee (SEC) is a Committee of Council which monitors and considers the student academic experience at the University to enable Council better to understand the nature of the student experience at Salford and to make its assurance statement as part of the annual accountability return to HEFCE.
The Committee will receive reports on the student academic experience, outcomes and standard of awards, and challenge assurances from within the University.
1. To receive and consider reports and assurances from the University which would support the Council in making the following assurance statements to HEFCE:
2. To sample the stages of the journey set out below and seek assurance that all elements of the journey are focussed on continuous improvement and meeting agreed KPIs and nationa lbenchmarks (reporting to Council and the Executive as appropriate if such assurance is not achieved):
a) pre-entry, welcome and induction
b) teaching and learning experience
c) learning resources and environment
d) student support
e) student satisfaction
f) transition, retention and progression
g) employment and other outcomes
h) alumni experience
i) equality, inclusion and diversity
3. To satisfy itself that the University meets its legal and compliance obligations on matters relating to equality, inclusion and diversity, and to ensure that suitable arrangements are in place for the management of equality, inclusion and diversity, including the monitoring and oversight of such arrangements.
4. To consider any other relevant matters referred to the Committee by Council or other Committees thereof.
2 Ex-officio Senate members
Dean of Students
3 Council members
1 internal Staff member
2 Student representatives
2 Appointed/elected Senate members
5 Appointed Independent Council members
Up to 2 co-opted members
Officers in attendance include Pro-Vice Chancellor (Student Experience) and Registrar