Student Leader Elections
Every course across the University has a student Course Rep to represent your views about your academic experience to the staff in your school/department/division. [...Read More]
The Postgraduate Sounding Board are elected in the autumn term to represent the views of Postgraduates within their faculty and meet once a month with the Postgraduate Officer to help inform decision making within the Students’ Union and University [...Read More]
Elections Committee, consisting of six elected students, two Full-time Officers and one Part-Time Officer, maintains and enforces the election guidelines and promotes all cross-campus elections. [...Read More]
Democratic Procedures Committee, consisting of nine students and three officers, maintains the governing documents of the Students’ Union. [...Read More]
Every Hall at the University of Nottingam has a Hall Committee made up of an elected group of current residents in place to make sure that every single resident gets the best student living experience possible! [...Read More]
For society, club or network elections, please see their own individual web pages.
Elections Troubleshooting (Click Here)
Having trouble voting on the online Voting App?
Contact email@example.com or the IT helpdesk on 0115 95 16677.
Be sure to include your student number in any message.
Complaints about the elections must be made using this form. These will be reviewed and ruled on by Elections Committee in accordance with the Elections Bye-laws and Guidance documents.
Elections Committee & DRO
The Deputy Returning Officer for all the above elections and referenda will be the Chair of Elections Committee Joe Caunce. He can be contacted at: OS-SUActivities@exmail.nottingham.ac.uk
Are there any provisions for students that require reasonable adjustments to be made in order to stand in elections?
Reasonable adjustments to the process may be made in consultation with the Campaigns and Democracy Manager and Human Resources. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org should you wish to discuss this further.
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