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Nominations in our Autumn Elections Now Open

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(…and close at 16:00 on Friday 11 October).

No, not that election… its SUSU Autumn Elections time!
You can nominate yourself here.

Every year we run three elections and in our Autumn Elections we elect over 400 student volunteers. Over 20 roles are open for nomination, including:

Course Reps

Postgraduate Taught Reps

Union Senators

As well as:

WSA Creative and Careers Rep
WSA Social Rep
WSA Officer
Media Officer
NOCS Officer
Women Officer
Student Trustee
Art School President
Biological Sciences School President
BM School President
Engineering School President
Humanities President
Physics and Astronomy School President
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MedSoc Committee Elections Now Live

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You can nominate yourself for a role on the MedSoc committee today!

MedSoc is the student body for medical students here to represent you. The entire MedSoc committee is elected on an annual basis. Take a look at the committee and roles available by clicking here.

If you want to find out more information about all of the great things they do, head over to their Facebook page. Read the rest

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Elections: FAQ

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There’s one week to go until nominations for our spring elections close. That’s still plenty of time to nominate yourself or a friend for a role. So what are you waiting for? All your questions are answered right here 👇

1.) How do I nominate myself?

You will need to log in to our website and follow this link. If you have not used our website before, or are a new student starting at Southampton, you do not need to set up a new account. Please use your University credentials; these are the login details for your iSolutions … Read the rest

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Nominations in Spring Elections 2019 now Open

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Do you want to be the voice of students? Do you have ideas about how to improve student life at Southampton and want to make them happen? Nominate yourself in our Spring Elections 2019!

We are recruiting five Sabbatical Officers (listed below). As a Sabbatical Officer you will lead and be the public face of the Union, working on making positive changes, events and campaigns happen.

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Voting now open in Halls Elections 2018

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Voting is now open in our Halls Elections 2018!

Have your say on who you would like to be part of your Halls Committee, to take your feedback to the Students’ Union, plan exciting events and help make life at Halls the very best it can be!

You can also vote for the next members of the WSA Committee, Postgraduate Officers and Reps, and some Faculty Officers.

Cast your vote here: www.susu.org/vote

Voting is open from Friday 23 November at 09:00 to Monday 26 November at 16:00.… Read the rest

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Autumn By-elections: Nominations Now Open

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As well as our Halls Elections, we are also running by-elections for a select number of roles at the Union. If you want to make a difference on your course, at your faculty, or to represent a wider community of students, put your name forward!

Nominations are open from Monday 05 November at 09:00 – Thursday 22 November at 13:00.

The roles available in this round of elections are below –

Winchester School of Art roles

  • WSA International Officer
  • WSA Social Events Officer
  • Arts and Humanities Faculty Officer
  • Arts and Humanities Postgraduate Research Representative

Postgraduate roles 

  • Medicine Postgraduate Research Representative
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Spring Elections 2018: Results

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Results are in for our Spring Elections 2018!

Thank you to everyone who voted this week. Despite the difficult conditions this year (strikes, adverse weather and campus closure), we got a total of 4,687 votes.

Without further ado, here are the results…  A full breakdown is available at www.susu.org/results

Sabbatical Officer positions

These are our Sabbatical Officers for 2018/19:

Union President – Emily Dawes with 1,942 votes (3,869 votes cast)

Vice President Democracy and Creative Industries – Evie Reilly with 2,017 votes (3,443 votes cast)

Vice President Welfare – Isabella Camilleri with 1,801 votes (3,330 votes cast)

Vice President Engagement – Fleur Elizabeth Walsh … Read the rest

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Why vote in the Spring Elections?

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The snow should not prevent you from voting – Our online voting system is open until 16:00 today, so you can exercise your right to vote in any circumstances…

Not sure why it’s important? Below are just a couple of reasons (amongst many others) why we think you should take the time to cast your vote:

Why should I vote?

As a Students’ Union, we exist to enrich your life at University and our decisions affect anything from clubs and societies funding to Freshers’ activities, academic and University decisions or implementation of support services across campuses.

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Campus & Union closure due to adverse weather

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The University has announced that all 4 campuses are closing today (see exact details on Sussed), meaning the Union will close as well.

Our buildings (B40 & 42) will be closed from today Thursday 01 March  16:00 and will re-open on Monday 05 March morning.

Please note that voting for Spring Elections remains open online (www.susu.org/vote) until 16:00 tomorrow (Friday 02 March), but Elections Night Live has been cancelled.

Results will be announced on Friday PM (times to be confirmed).

If you have any concerns about elections, please email voting@susu.org

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What would YOU do at Winchester?

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How do you think we could spend our committee budget to improve student life at Winchester?

Food on Us.

We would like to invite you to two events on Thursday 27 April and Tuesday 02 May, where we can share food and drink and hear your ideas.

Maybe there’s something you think we do well and you’d like to see more of it, or perhaps you have had a light bulb moment for an event that you think would be perfect for WSA. From the wacky to the wonderful – we want to hear from you.

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