Class Reps


The Class Rep is the voice and the elected representative of the entire class. The rep represents students views at Class Rep Meetings and raises issues at Programme Committee Meetings with TU Dublin. Class Reps are elected by each class.

What are Class Rep Meetings?

Class Rep Meetings (or CRMs) are chaired by the local College Officer and administered by the local Student Advisor. Just like it says on the tin, it is a meeting of class reps. There are a minimum of 2 per semester and they are usually held at lunch - for your trouble you will get a lunch voucher (or maybe even pizza). This is an opportunity for you to hear what is happening in TU Dublin and TU Dublin SU, but it is also a chance for you to meet other class reps and voice any issues that you have.

What are Programme Committee Meetings?

Programme Committee’s sit once a semester and are an opportunity for constructive dialogue between Class Reps across your course and staff in order to make improvements to your course.

How do I become a Class Rep?

Throughout September and October of each year, there is a recruitment drive for Class Reps. Nomination forms are available below  - if only one person from your class has submitted a nomination by the 27th September they will automatically become your class rep. If the position is contested, someone from the Union will call to your class to hold an election. If no one from your class has nominated themselves after the 27th September, please contact the Union and we will arrange to call in to you


Nomination Forms


Nominations open on the 16th September and close at 4pm on the 27th September. You will need to complete the form and get two class mates to nominate and second you. Incomplete forms will not be accepted.


Blanchardstown Class Rep Nomination Form

City Campus Class Rep Nomination Form

Tallaght Class Rep Nomination Form