Notice of Students' Union By-election

The RGU Students' Union By-election will take place during October and November. There are seven positions available in total, including four Union Vice President roles, two Union Student Trustee roles, and one University Governor position.

Part-Time Voluntary Students' Union Roles
Vice President (Community)
Vice President (Entertainment & Events)
Vice President (Environment & Ethics)
Vice President (Sport)
Students' Union Trustee (2 positions available)

Part-Time Voluntary University Governor Roles
Postgraduate Student Governor

Nominations open on 22nd October. Nomination packs are available to collect from the RGU:Union office, from reception desks around campus, and online here.

Completed nomination forms must be submitted to the RGU:Union office before 2pm on 5th November. Voting will run from 10th November until 2pm on 12th November.

Nominations Open: 22nd Oct
Nominations Close: 5th Nov @ 2pm
Voting Opens: 10th Nov @ 12am
Question Time: 10th Nov @ 12pm
Voting Closes: 12th Nov @ 2pm
Results Announced: 12th Nov @ 4pm

 

 

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