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07
Jan

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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05
Nov

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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11
Oct

Voting for Autumn Elections now open

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Voting for our Autumn Elections is now open. This is your chance to have your say on who will represent you and make your voice heard at University, at your Halls, and in all aspects of student life at Southampton.

Vote for who will be your Course Reps, Faculty Officers, Halls Committee and Zones members. Postgrad students can choose who will be on the Postgraduate Committee and the new Postgraduate Research Reps. WSA students can decide who they would like to be part of the Winchester Committee. There’s also chance to vote on who will hold the Union to account … Read the rest

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25
Sep

Autumn Elections: Nominations are open

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Nominations for our Autumn Elections are now open, so take a lead on your course, your Halls and your campus. This is your chance to make change to your university life and share the ideas of fellow students to the Union, the University and the wider world. You can nominate yourself at susu.org/elections.

Fancy being a course rep to represent those on your course? Or maybe you’re living in halls and are looking to help build the community of your block? If you’re interested in how we make change nominate yourself to be one of our senators! Postgraduate? Check … Read the rest

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17
May

Voting Now Open in Summer Elections

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Voting is now open in our Summer Elections! Voting opens today at 09:00 until Friday 18 May at 16:00.

Vote at: www.susu.org/vote

Make sure to have your say in who you would like to represent you, listen to your ideas and concerns and make sure positive change is made at Southampton.

The following roles can be voted for in our current elections:

  • School Presidents
  • Department Presidents
  • Arts and Humanities Faculty Officer
  • Halls Officer
  • Intra-Mural Officer
  • Student Enterprise Officer
  • Chair of Senate
  • Trustees
  • WSA Committee (International Officer, Social Events Officer, Welfare Officer, Academic Officer)

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06
Dec

WSA Free Fruit Fridays

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Hi everyone, it’s Venny, WSA Campus President for 2017/2018.

It was fantastic to meet so many of you at our first Free Fruit Fridays last week. For those of you who haven’t heard about it, Free Fruit Fridays is a brand new initiative led by the WSA Committee, and it’s exactly what it sounds like – you’ll will receive free fruit from the Students’ Union and the Student Committee, no strings attached. This project will run fortnightly on Fridays, in the WSA Cafe from approximately 10:00 until 14:00, although it may finish sooner depending on when we run out … Read the rest

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28
Nov

WSA Printing Cost Survey

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Hi everyone, it’s Venny, the WSA Campus President for 2017/18.

As a member of the WSA Student Committee, I strive to represent you as best as possible. I’m here to listen to your concerns, help solve your problems, and enhance your student experience in any way I can, along with the rest of the Committee.

Based on feedback the Union has gathered over a multitude of years, and personal experience, we know first-hand that printing costs are a major issue for the vast majority of students at WSA. Many of you have requested to either have more affordable printing … Read the rest

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08
Nov

Meet the WSA Committee 2017/18

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Following the results from the Autumn Elections, we are proud to welcome two brand new members to the WSA Committee 2017/18 – Venezia Georgieva as WSA Campus President, and Bridgett Medeiros as International Officer. Big congratulations to you both!

Let’s take a look at all six committee members, to find out what each position involves…

Campus President – Venezia (Venny) Georgieva

As the Campus President, Venny’s main aim is to make positive changes to your everyday life at University. She is therefore responsible for making your voice heard at both Winchester and Southampton campuses.

International Officer – Bridgett Medeiros

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18
Apr

Summer Elections – Nominate now!

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Whether it is the EU Referendum, Spring Elections or being bombarded by students in t-shirts with fliers, elections seem to be everywhere. You may feel like they don’t affect you, but:

  • Did you have an opinion on whether the Hartley Library should be open for 24 hours, year-round?
  • Have you visited The Bridge this year?
  • Have you attended a student group or society this year?

If you answered YES to any of the above, you have engaged in the Students’ Union. These are just three examples of how you may have engaged with your Union, out of literally hundreds!

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