Student Council and AGM

Student Council and AGM

 

 

Student Council is the main decision-making body of the Students' Union where all course reps and student officers are members, discussing and voting on ideas to improve the student experience. Here you will also find out what the elected officer team are working on and the latest updates from them. Any student can attend Council, but only elected reps and officers can vote.

 

Not a rep or officer? You can still watch and raise points on these meetings via our live stream - come back to this page on the day to see a livestream of Council (hit the button below - you'll need to log in with your student details), and submit comments or questions via the website chat function in the bottom right, or by messaging any of our social media channels. On the left of the screen there is a 'previous meetings' tab where you can view recordings and read motins and reports from previous meetings.

 

 

Once a year we also host our Annual General Meeting (AGM) where all students can attend and vote - you can submit ideas to this meeting (see below) and you will hear and share your views on the work of officers and trustees throughout the past year. Officers and trustees will put their reports to students at the AGM and students get to ask questions, share their views and vote on these reports.

 

 

Student Council meetings are finished for this academic year, but will be back in the autumn term! Got some feedback before then? Contact your course rep, or email su.democracy@uos.ac.uk