Forms and Admin

Here is a list of downloadable forms to save you a trip to the union office. All forms should be submitted by email and in Word format, except membership forms and expenses forms, which can also be submitted in paper format at RGU:Union.

 

Society Info Pack - All the info you need to run your society - CLICK HERE

 

Room and Event Bookings

Room booking and event bookings are now done online only - CLICK HERE

 

General forms:

Application Form - CLICK HERE

Constitution Form - CLICK HERE

Membership Form - CLICK HERE

Next of Kin Form - CLICK HERE

Social Media Policy - CLICK HERE

 

Finances:

Budget Request Form - CLICK HERE

Society Financial Regulations - CLICK HERE

Expenses Form - CLICK HERE

Pay In Form - CLICK HERE

Incoming Payment Guide - CLICK HERE

 

Events and trips:

External Activities Form - required for all society trips away from campus - CLICK HERE

Risk Assessment - CLICK HERE

Risk Assessment Guidance - CLICK HERE

Accident Report Form - CLICK HERE

 

External Speakers:

Management of Speakers Protocol - CLICK HERE

 

End of Year:

End of Year Report - CLICK HERE

Inventory Form - CLICK HERE

Handover Checklist - CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

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