Union Council is Hallam Students' Union's highest decision-making body. Its members are Hallam students who have been elected in campus-wide elections to represent particular issues or groups, or just the general student population.
Full agenda for June 28th meeting - TBA.
Full agenda from the 28/05/21 meeting.
Minutes from the 28/05/2021 meeting.
Listen to the recording of the last meeting.
The policies discussed at the meeting were:
Full policy proposals can found in the agenda.
If you have feedback or opinions on any of the above proposed policies, you can contact email@example.com with your comments. Let us know you would like your comments forwarded on to any specific reps/officers (see following list) - if not they will be provided to the Council as a whole.
All students are welcome to attend Union Council sessions, though we ask that you let us know in advance so we can add your attendance to the minutes, as well as send you over the Zoom link.
Who represents me on Union Council?
What power does Council have?
Union Council is the highest decision-making body at the Students' Union, with power to decide our stance on political issues, what projects we should focus our time and resources on, and how we should run as an organisation. If you want to make change, Union Council is the best place to bring your ideas - you can send them to a Council member, or to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll advise you on what to do next.
How could I become a Council member?
All Council members are elected in campus elections. The next one will take place in Autumn 2019, when 12 seats on Council will be elected. These include the six open space positions (which any student can stand for), and representatives for Postgraduates (Taught), Postgraduates (Research), Student Parents and Carers, Disabled Students, Part-Time Students, Trans Students, and SSH Faculty students. If you're interested in running for one of these roles and being on Council next academic year, register your interest here and we'll be in touch with more information.
Can I complain about or change a Council decision?