Find out more about the first Students' Council meeting of the year taking place on Thursday November 16th
We hope you're all looking forward to the first meeting of Students’ Council for this academic year!
The meeting will take place on Thursday 16th November at 5:30pm in CM101 (C&T Building).
Your Students’ Council is made up of voluntary, Elected Student Reps and your Full Time Elected Officers. Every member of the Students’ Council represents the views of a different community at UCLan, and are elected by students, for students every year.
Council Members represent your views and debate constructively on key issues at meetings. They also check that your Full Time Elected Officers are keeping standards high across the Students’ Union!
The Students’ Council votes on Union policy (submitted through Your Big Ideas) and ensures that existing policies are put into action. Each Big Idea approved by the Council, is then set as Union policy, which lasts three years.
The Big Ideas up for discussion at the next meeting are:
Prayer Spaces in Harrington and The Library
A progressive UCLan Preferred Name Policy
Working Towards a Conversion Therapy Ban as a Students' Union and Community
The Council meets three times a year, and everyone is welcome. If you’re not a member of the Students’ Council and you’d like to attend, or you’d like to find out more about how to become a member of the Council, get in touch at email@example.com.
You can download a copy of the full meeting agenda by clicking here.
Can't make it to campus? No problem, click here to join the meeting via Microsoft Teams