The All Student Vote (ASV) is an opportunity for Warwick students to debate and vote on motions submitted by fellow students. Find out how to get involved here.
The All Student Vote (ASV) is an opportunity for Warwick students to debate and vote on motions submitted by fellow students. The subject of a motion could relate to any aspect of student life, from the use of lecture capture to work around sustainability.
How does it work?
- The Students’ Union co-ordinates an All Student Vote once per term. Motions are submitted in advance by students, and Student Council decides which motions will be put to an All Student Vote.
- As the name suggests, all students then have the opportunity to vote for or against each motion. You can also choose to abstain if you are neither for nor against the motion.
- At the end of the week, student votes are counted to find out whether each motion passes into SU policy so the Union and your Student Officers start acting on it, or not if students have decided it isn’t something they want the Union to work on.
Term 1 All Student Vote
All the student motions have been received, and Student Council have decided which ones will be included in the Term 1 ASV. Details of the motions are now LIVE, and student voting will be open from Tuesday 14th November until Friday 17th November 12pm noon!