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02
Apr

Summer Elections: Your chance to lead

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If you found yourself thinking about running in the Spring Elections, but for whatever reason didn’t, we are giving you another chance! We understand that January was a busy time with exams, so we are holding Summer Elections to give you another opportunity to run your Students’ Union with hundreds of different roles including:

  • Student Leaders

Our Student Leaders are senior part-time officers who lead on various areas of the Union’s work. We’ve got several positions still available from the Spring Elections, so if there’s something you might be interested in, give it a go!

  • Academic Presidents/Vice-Presidents

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30
Apr

Summer Elections

In General

So swept up in the general elections you want to run in one yourself? Got a passion for your subject and want to help improve your department? Want to get more involved in SUSU and gain some experience for your CV? Well we’ve got you covered.

The summer election period is fast approaching and there is a whole range of positions you can run for. As well as Academic President and Course Rep positions, there are also campaign committee members (who fight for Equality and Diversity and make sure Ethical and Environmental issues are at the heart of everything SUSU … Read the rest

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21
Apr

If you could change one thing, what would it be?

In General

If you could change one thing – about the Students’ Union, University, or even the world – what would it be?

As part of the this year’s Annual General Meeting at the Union, we’re asking every student to suggest one thing they’d like to change  and can submit as many ideas as you wish!

It could be big or small – more water fountains in the library, or campaigning for a better system for student loans.

You can submit your idea online now at www.susu.org/change, or at one of the suggestion boxes we’ve set up around the Union this … Read the rest

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21
Aug

Meet your Equality and Diversity Officer!

In General

Do you ever wonder what all the different positions are in SUSU? We want to make things clearer for you so you’re aware of the different officials who work or volunteer here. We have 7 Sabbatical Officers, 33 Student Leaders, 4 Student Trustees and 41 Councillors, who all play a massive part in the running and improving of SUSU so that students have a better time at the University of Southampton. We’ll be releasing Q&A’s of individual Student Leaders, Councillors and Student Trustee, so you can find out more about them and their role! Sam was elected with 86% of … Read the rest

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19
Aug

Your journey with SUSU

In General

SUSU wants to provide each and every individual student with a bespoke experience at the University of Southampton. We provide the funding, support, and storage for societies but for it to have a positive impact on your life, and for it to shape your experience here, you need to take the initiative to take part in SUSU.

A lot of you will be students that are living away from home or even international students. You’re put in a different environment which can sometimes be intimidating. Please don’t worry! This is completely normal. It’s just important to make sure that it … Read the rest

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10
Aug

Meet one of your Student Trustees!

In General

Do you ever wonder what all the different positions are in SUSU? We want to make things clearer for you so you’re aware of the different officials who work or volunteer here. We have seven Sabbatical Officers, 33 Student Leaders, four Student Trustees and 13 Councillors, who all play a massive part in the running and improving of SUSU so that students have a better time at the University of Southampton. We’ll be releasing Q&A’s of individual Student Leaders, Councillors and Student Trustee, so you can find out more about them and their role!

We are proud to introduce one … Read the rest

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