Use your student voice this year – become a Course Rep with your students’ union! In this volunteer role you’ll need to listen to your course mates and fellow students, and make sure their ideas and concerns are being heard by the right people.
This election is only for students who have started at Southampton this term (January 2021).
Nominations open Monday 01 February at 09:00, and you can put your name forward yourself here.
If you have any questions about running in these elections please send the Representation Team an email: email@example.com.
On Monday 09 November nominations will open in our By-Elections 2020. These elections are for any roles which were unfilled in our Autumn Elections, so if you were considering running for a role but didn’t get round to nominating yourself, now is your chance!
The roles you will be able to run for are: Student Officers UHS Officer NOCS Officer WSA Officer Halls Officer BAME Officer Intramural Officer Sports Participation Officer Enterprise Officer
Academic Reps Joint Honors Officer Environment and Life Sciences Postgraduate Research Officer Medicine Postgraduate Research Officer Social Science Postgraduate Research Officer Economic, Social and Political Science School … Read the rest
Nominations are now open in our Autumn Elections 2020, and there are so many roles you can run for! This is your chance to use your student voice to represent your course mates, friends and community, and make positive changes happen at Southampton.
The results are in for our Academic Elections By-Election, and your new VP Education and Democracy is Avila Chidume!
Thank you to everyone who voted – we received 650 votes in this election.
This means your elected Sabbatical Officer team for 2020-21 is: Union President – Olivia Reed VP Education and Democracy – Avila Chidume VP Activities – Corin Holloway VP Sports – Samuel Tweedle VP Welfare and Community – Nicole Akuezumba
We have eight candidates in our Academic Elections running for the role of VP Education and Democracy, and today we’re sharing why they think you should vote for them! We have shared every candidate’s key campaign points below, and their full manifestos can be read here: Elections Candidates.