Our Impact Report 2020/21

As your Students’ Guild, we support and help you to develop numerous community groups, whether that be worldview societies, hobby-focused societies, student led volunteering opportunities or academic representatives creating change at course level. We also have your back by providing advice, support and campaigning for your rights and ensuring your voice is heard.

Lily Margaroli, Guild President

As Guild President, I work with our members (you!), Guild staff, Officers and Trustees to ensure that you have the best possible time whilst at Exeter. Part of the work we do is about raising awareness of what our amazing community has achieved, and our Impact Report shows just a small piece of the incredible work that happened last academic year. Thank you to all the students, volunteers and reps who helped make all this happen! 

“I was fortunate enough to be elected as co-president of Nightline in my third year and it has definitely been the highlight of my time at university so far! I learnt so much working alongside a brilliant committee through a very challenging time and was really able to develop my leadership and communication skills. There are so many aspects to running a student service/society such as nightline and juggling all of these alongside a degree really taught me how to prioritise and manage my time effectively. I met some incredible people and friends, and I am so grateful I had the opportunity to lead such a compassionate group of individuals!
Nanoko, Nightline President 2020/21

Making Change

Making change to improve your Exeter experience is what we’re passionate about. Our Student Reps are key to turning student feedback into change at course, school and college level, especially during the last year where your learning has been hugely disrupted.

We've got your back

We know things don’t always go to plan, but we’re here to help! Our Advice Service works to support students when you need some extra help getting back on track. We support students on a range of topics and issues from finances and accommodation to academic and wellbeing.