Who is your School Coordinator?

A School Co-ordinator is a current Student, studying in the school they represent and they are YOUR voice of the students in your school.

They work closely with fellow students, in particular Course Reps in their school, the Policy and Campaigns team at the SU and our Elected Officers, to engage with their academic development and to shape the University and broader communities.

School Coordinators represent student views within the School, fairly and accurately and take into account all students.

School Coordinators actively participate in University and Students’ Union Meetings where important decision are made and are a member of the School Co-ordinators Steering Group – a joint partnership between the Students’ Union and The University of Sunderland, where their work and feedback from their schools is discussed.

Find below a list of YOUR School Coordinators for each School:

Coordinator: Karolis Jarusevicius.

4th Year Pharmacy.

Faculty: Health Sciences and Wellbeing

Coordinator: James Buchanan.

3rd Year.

Faculty: Health Sciences & Wellbeing

Coordinator: Kathy Anderson.

3rd Year.

Faculty: Health Sciences & Wellbeing.

Coordinator: Matthew Brown.

2nd Year.

Faculty: Business, Law & Tourism

Coordinator: Jenny Goodfellow.

Part time - 2nd Year.

Faculty: Art & Creative Industries.

Coordinator: Mariam Khattab.

3rd Year.

Faculty: Art & Creative Industries

Coordinator: Dominic Gray.

3rd Year.

Faculty of Technology

Coordinator: Joe Butler.

2nd Year.

Faculty of Technology.

Coordinator: Jade Roper.

2nd Year.

Faculty: Education & Society

Coordinator: TBC


Faculty: Education & Society

Coordinator: Claire Lawton.

3rd Year.

Faculty: Education & Society.

Coordinator: Helder Costa.

3rd Year.

Faculty: Business, Law & Tourism.

Or you can contact our team at the Students’ Union at

Remember to get in touch with your school coordinator and share any success stories or give any feedback on your course!!!