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Student Officer and NUS Delegate Elections 2018-19

The Student Officer and NUS Delegate elections are your chance to be elected to either a leadership position at Solent Students' Union, or to represent Solent University Students on a national scale!

When do the elections take place?

Nominations: Tuesday 25th September 2018 at 5 PM - Wednesday 17th October 2018 at 5 PM

Candidate Briefing: Thursday 18th October 2018 at 4 PM & 5 PM

Campaigning: Wednesday 24th October 2018 at 5 PM - Friday 9th November 2018 at 1 PM

Voting: Friday 2nd November 2018 at 5 PM - Friday 9th November at 1 PM

Results: Friday 9th November 2018 at 2:30 PM in The Den at the SU

 

So what is an NUS Delegate?

NUS Delegates represent Solent students at the National Union of Students annual conference where they debate and vote national issues affecting students. This year's conference will be held in Glasgow on the 8–11 of April 2019.

 

So what is a Student Officer?

Student officers are Solent University students that are elected into voluntary roles to represent specific areas of the student body. They are split into three categories:

 

Equality Group

Equality Students' Officers represent minority and potentially underrepresented parts of the student membership. They are the student leads at Solent to ensure that their peers have equality within the university and wider community and that their voices are heard.

Education Group

Education Students' Officers represent different parts of the academic membership on all issues affecting them within the university and wider community. These are limited to just academic matters.

Student Life Group

Student Life Students' Officers represent the views of Solent students as a whole, on the specific issues they represent within the university and wider community. They consult with students and campaign for appropriate change.

 

 

 

 

For more information on the elections go to www.solentsu.co.uk/elections

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