AGM 2019 - Motion Results Summary

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Our Annual General Meeting took place yesterday, 18th February, in the Sir Ian Wood Building. Many thanks to the student attendees, who debated and voted on the below motion submissions. These will now be followed up by the relevant members of the Union team, and updates will be available as campaigns and projects progress.
 

Improve student preparation for study abroad

Result: Motion passed
 

Roll lecture capture out across all schools

Amendment: Roll lecture capture out across all schools, on a format accessible to all
Result: Amended motion passed
 

More course options for 4th year students

Result: Motion passed
 

Need for timetabling mobile application

Amendment: Need for an affordable timetabling mobile application, with alerts introduced during development
Result: Amended motion passed
 

Make grades from 1st, 2nd and 3rd year count towards your final degree

Result: Motion failed
 

Release exam dates earlier

Result: Motion passed
 

Make first semester one week longer

Result: Motion passed
 

Free to pee! (Replacement of current signage on disabled toilets to read 'accessible toilet' or 'not every disability is visible'

Result: Motion passed
 

Gym membership

Result: Motion failed

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