Societies Council

Societies Council

Due to recent Government Guidance in regards to COVID19, Societies Council is Postponed until further notice.

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Updated by Tony Catt 19/03/2020

What is Societies Council?

Societies Council is the body that oversees everything to do with societies at the University of Nottingham. It meets around five times a year and is made up of all the current presidents of societies along with the Societies Executive Committee

Societies Council is a democratic body that decides on the policies that govern how societies run and discusses issues that effect societies as a whole. Groups that want to become affiliated Student Union Societies have to present their case at Council, where there affiliation is voted on.

It is compulsory for a representative from each society to attend Council meetings. This is usually the President, but a representative of the society should attend if the President is unavailable.


Societies Executive Committee Elections 2020/21

Please follow the below link to nominate and cast your vote for the 2020/21 Societies Executive Committee

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