Together is about meaningful partnership between staff and students. Building
shared understanding of different perspectives, collating and using feedback to
make a positive impact on student experiences.
Your voice makes a real difference
In response to your feedback, we have invested in what matters to you and improved areas you felt could be better. These include:
Revising MyHallam to provide you with the information you need
Increased access to a wide range of specialist software through Apps Anywhere
The new College Officers and support for Department Reps to better represent your academic interests
Named Academic Advisors to support all students
Enhanced employability support through The Class Of 2022 programme
Changes to assessment to ensure fair outcomes including online exams, easier access to extensions and repeat assessment attempts
Find out how your voice makes a real difference.
Undergraduate student surveys
The National Student Survey (NSS) asks final year undergraduate students across the country to reflect on their university experience. It is run by an independent agency and approved by the University.
The results from the National Student Survey are published throughout the UK every year. This is your opportunity to shout about what Sheffield Hallam has done for you.
Postgraduate student surveys
There are two surveys for postgraduate students run by the Higher Education Academy.
Module Evaluation Questionnaires (MEQs) - after each module you will be given the opportunity to provide anonymous feedback regarding your experiences of your modules.
Other ways you can make a difference
You can represent your fellow students’ views about your university experiences and help make positive changes by volunteering to become a Student Representative. Visit the Sheffield Hallam Students' Union web pages to find out more about how to make your voice heard.