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Student Council

What is Student Council?

Student Council is your Unions highest student decision making body. It is where your ideas and motions are discussed, debated and voted on which helps lead the direction of the Union and your Student Officers. 

 

When is the next Student Council Meeting?

Spring Elections - Nominations
9th January 9am - 7th February noon
Make your mark!
All Student Vote #2 - Meeting
30th January 5pm - 7pm
SU Atrium
The second All Student Vote meeting of 2022/23 - all students are welcome to attend to hear out proposals and discuss, ahead of voting.
All Student Vote #2
31st January 9am - 3rd February noon
The second All Student Vote of the year - where you have the opportunity to vote on issues that matter to you, directly. After a meeting open to all students on Monday, voting is open from 09:00 on Tuesday until 12:00 on Friday.
Spring Officer Elections: CANDIDATE BRIEFING
7th February 5:15pm - 6:30pm
Kevin Gately Room, Warwick SU
For all those candidates in the Spring Officer Elections: This is COMPULSORY to attend!
Spring Officer Elections: Welfare Training
14th February 2pm - 3pm
Kevin Gately Room, Warwick SU

 

 

 

Upcoming Student Council Motions 

These motions details can be found on the Council papers, which you can find here (TBA). 

Student Council Minutes

Who attends Student Council?

Any student can attend Student Council and voice their opinions on the topics being discussed. However, Council has 28 set members who are expected to attend meetings, they are the:

These 28 members are voting member which means that they are the only ones in Student Council meetings that can cast votes on the matters being discussed. However, Student Council when deciding on your ideas and motions can choose to send it to an All Student Vote. This means that every student at Warwick can have their say and vote on the idea/motion.