Could you be the next Student Leader? If so look below for the roles available in Student Leader Elections 2018
You can find out more information about the roles below.
To find out more about the rules for elections please see the Elections Regulations
Key Dates to look out for:
12 Feb 2018 - Midday - Nominations Open
23 Feb 2018 - Midday - Nominations Close
23 Feb 2018 - 17:00 - 18:00 Candidate Briefing (Sabbaticals, Student Experience Officers, Liberation Reps, Senior Academic Reps, NUS Delegates)
02 March 2018 - Midday - Hustings in SU Bar (Sabbaticals)
05 March 2018 - Midday - Voting Opens
08 March 2018 - Midnight - Voting Closes
9 March 2018 - 19:00 - Election Results in SU Bar
You must be a current student to take part in these elections.
For all positions, excluding Sabbatical Officers or NUS delegate, candidates must be a student in 2018/19.
For some roles you may need to study within a certain School or course or self-define under a certain liberation group to participate. If you are a current student and you are not able to take part in this election, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Students' Union reception.
These have three key areas of responsibilities; being a sabbatical officer, being an employee of the Students’ Union and being a Students’ Union Trustee. They are the leading student representatives within the University. This is a full time paid role.
These are the leading representatives on areas which may affect student experience. This is a voluntary role alongside your course.
They are the voice of the underrepresented groups of students at Bath Spa University. They campaign for equality, celebrate diversity and bring everybody together. This is a voluntary role alongside your course.
All Clubs/Societies must have an elected committee made up of current Bath Spa students who are responsible for the running of the group. All committee roles are voluntary alongside your course.
They are the lead representatives on issues relating to teaching, learning, academic quality and the general academic welfare of students within their discipline, for more information on each discipline please see the roles below. This is a voluntary role alongside your course.
They are elected to represent students on a particular course and collect student feedback and talk to staff about the feedback, either through one on ones with the course leader, or appropriate member of staff, or in Staff Student Liaison Committees (SSLCs). This is a voluntary role alongside your course.
They attend National Conference between Tuesday 27 and Thursday 29 March 2018. This is a voluntary role.