Now is the time to make your voice heard, as the polls open for your Students’ Union Officer elections!
During these uncertain times, we know it’s more important than ever that your voice is heard. This vote is your chance to speak up, and make sure the best person for the job is elected.
What am I voting for?
Your elected Officers are your voice in the University. They’ll be representing you and fighting for change on your behalf. Voting in this election is your opportunity to decide who leads the Students’ Union and speaks up for you, making sure you’re represented. So get voting and practice your democratic right!
Meet the candidates
Union Development Officer
Welfare and Wellbeing Officer
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Black and Minority Ethnic Students’ Officer
International Students’ Officer
Environment and Social Justice Officer
Disabled Students’ Officer
As a result of no nominations being received for the following Officer roles, these will be elected as part of the next election period (EP4) with nominations due to re-open at the end of April:
- Activities Officer
- Postgraduate Officer
- LGBT+ Officer
- Mature Students Officer
- Women*'s Officer
Get to know your candidates
Hustings are your chance to hear what the candidates have got to say in response to the questions that have been posed relative to the Officer roles.
Central Hustings - Tuesday 16 March
|Education Officer||Monday 15 March 5.30pm||Join the meeting|
|Community Officer||Tuesday 16 March 11am||Join the meeting|
|Liberation Officer||Tuesday 16 March 12 noon||Join the meeting|
|Union Development Officer||Tuesday 16 March 2pm||Join the meeting|
|Sports Officer||Tuesday 16 March 3pm||Join the meeting|
|Welfare and Wellbeing Officer||Tuesday 16 March 5.30pm||Join the meeting|
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How can I vote?
Voting is simple, just visit the voting page, enter your University login details, and cast your votes now. You can vote for one person for each role, so once you’ve read through their manifestos, got to know each candidate and made your choice, then it’s time to submit your vote.
When can I vote?
Want to have a say in your University experience? Voting is open now, and you have until 3pm on Friday 19 March to make your vote count – so best be quick!
We'll reveal the results on Friday 19 March, so keep an eye on your SU's social media for more details on our elections night line-up, with a special guest appearance from the fabulous Tia Kofi.VOTE NOW!