Student Voice Forum

Student Voice is a key representative forum of RGU:Union. It is a group of students who get together throughout the year to debate on ideas, direct and question elected Presidents and Vice Presidents, and discuss and campaign on issues about students' experiences at RGU. RGU:Union represents all students at RGU who are automatically members, and the voice and views of all of these members is vital to the operations of the Union. Student Voice is an opportunity for students to share their views and contribute to the direction of the work of the Union.
 


How can I attend a Student Voice Forum?

All students are automatically members of RGU:Union which means you are entitled to attend and vote at Student Voice Forums! The meetings also involve core membership of student representatives including:

  • Sabbatical Presidents
  • Part-Time Vice Presidents
  • Student School Officers
  • Equality Champions
  • Society Presidents
  • Sports Club Presidents
  • Student Group Chairs

If you would like to be a regular member of Student Voice, all you have to do is fill in this form on the website to be added to the membership list. All students are welcome to come along, but we encourage individuals to sign up to be members to make planning the meetings easier. 
 

What happens at the meetings?

The meetings will provide updates on the work of elected representatives and RGU:Union, along with it shall presenting, discussing and voting on student ideas and issues. The meetings shall be chaired by a sabbatical Presidents, and all members are invited to speak or raise points at the meeting. Key areas discussed at the meetings shall be university life around studies, facilities, services as well as student life, around living in the community, accommodation and more. 

 

Confirm your attendance

If you have tuned in live to one of our virtual student voice meetings, please complete the below form to confirm your attendance at the meeting.

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