The Student Council is the main representative body of the Students’ Union. It is made up of up of students who represent a number of constituencies from across the University. The Student Council is there to discuss and debate issues which are of interest or concerns to students. It provides recommendations to the Trustees of the Students’ Union and offers direction to sabbatical officers and hub committees and holds them to account. It can raise its concerns to and be consulted by the University.
For full details on the role of the Student Council see bye-law 3 and part 4 of the Memorandum and Articles of Association, part of the SU’s governing documents.
All students are welcome to attend and speak at Student Council meetings
Who is on the Student Council?
- Student Rep seats: Become a Student Rep for your course. Speak to your Course Leader. There are then four seats per school on the Student council. These seats will be elected by and from all Student reps in the school in the first week of November 2017.
- Society seats: Each society has the opportunity at the societies forum on 1st November 2017 to nominate a member to take a seat on the Student Council. So join or start a society now. Email Shamim Ahmad <firstname.lastname@example.org> for information.
- SU Executive, Hub Committee members and directly elected Student council members: Elected in March each year.
See bye-law 3 for full info.
Student Council membership and minutes 2017-18
To access membership list and minutes of Student council meetings you must log in. Click top-right hand corner.
Student Council meeting dates for 2018-19 will appear here in early Steptember 2018
No elections are currently running