Yesterday, there were a total of 120 students who voted on the questions proposed at the meeting, which meant the meeting was quorate and the motions were passed.
Find out more in this article.
London Met Students’ Union (LMSU) had their Members Meeting on Wednesday 15th December 2021.
Members' Meetings are one the highest decision-making bodies of the Students' Union and are an opportunity for you to directly shape what your Students' Union does.
This was the rearranged members meeting, which couldn't happen on the 9th of December due to a lack of attendance. Yesterday, there were a total of 120 students who voted on the questions proposed at the meeting, which meant the meeting was quorate and the motions were passed.
Two following two questions were voted upon at the meeting:
1. Students' Union Governance
The Students’ Union’s Executive Committee is proposing to completely revamp our entire governance structure. Our current articles and bye-laws are long and unnecessarily complicated. These proposals will make the Students’ Union less bureaucratic, easier to shape and friendlier to you, our members.
Do you support the Students’ Union changing its Articles and Bye-Laws as proposed?
2. Reassessment Cap
Currently, when students fail an assessment component and they have missed the mitigating circumstances deadline, they are required to re-sit the failed component but are capped at 40%. In a recent referendum the majority of students voted for the SU to lobby the University to increase the reassessment cap from 40% to a range of 55-60%
Do you agree that the SU should lobby the University for this option?
The results were:
Thank you to everyone who joined us and voted at our Members Meeting.