Student Council tells the Students' Union what to do! Student Council does this by passing policies that the Executive officers must stick to, and passing actions which the Executive Officers must do. Student Council is made up of 50 Part-Time Officers, and it is also attended by the Students' Union Executive Officers (though they don’t get to vote). It meets at least four times per academic year.
Normally, the meetings take place as in-person meetings, but due to the Covid-19 outbreak, meetings are currently taking place online. Following a motion to Student Council last academic year, we now have policy that means that the meetings will be streamed, so all students can watch the meetings online. If we go back to in-person meetings, the policy means that the meetings will continue to be streamed online.
If there’s an issue you think the Students’ Union should be working on or something you would like the Students’ Union to have a stance on, you can bring a motion to Student Council. Any student can propose or second a motion, and any student can attend and speak in Student Council. The only thing not all students can do is vote: voting is a right only given to the part-time officers (excluding non-rep roles).
Student Council Guide Part-time reps
Submit a policy for Student Council
Watch the meeting live on YouTube
Student Council Meetings 2023-24:
- Tuesday 17 October 2023 - View agenda | View minutes
- Tuesday 12 December 2023 - View agenda | View minutes
- Tuesday 6 February 2024 - View agenda | View minutes
- Tuesday 5 March 2024 - View agenda | View minutes
- Tuesday 9 April 2024 - View agenda | View minutes
All meetings take place at 6pm
If you wish to attend and speak at the meeting please contact Brad on firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do the boards do?
The boards can discuss issues, lobby the university and pass policies. They usually meet 4 times per year, you can find out when the next meeting is for each board by reading below. If you would like to attend any of the meetings, you can contact the Chair.
Raise an issue
If you have an issue you would like any of the boards to consider, you can submit a motion to the board. Please use this form to submit your motion. The Students’ Union Representation and Democracy Team can provide guidance if you are unsure how to write your motion. Please contact the team on email@example.com if you have a question or need guidance.