When a student wants to propose a new policy idea before it can go to Students' Union Council for a decision it must be available for all students to view and consider for
at least 10 working days. The SU President is responsible for new policy proposals, and will be in touch with advice and guidance about any new policy proposed.
You can read more about the Policy process in Students’ Union Bye-Law 3 on SU Council.
If you would like to propose any SU Policy ideas, or an amendment to a Policy proposal under consideration, you can do so using one of the forms below.
You can also get in touch at email@example.com for more support on the policy process.
Policy Proposal: Showing PGRs Support - Mary Skordia, PGR Councillor and Dhruv Shah, PGT Councillor (proposers)
Submit a Policy Proposal
Submit a proposal for amending a Policy Proposal
Policy due for review
When a policy is due to be renewed, Student Executive Committee (your 8 Officers) are required to review the policies and recommend to Students’ Union Council that
they should be either renewed without amendment for up to three years, amended or allowed to lapse.
Amendments to policy can be agreed by referendum or by Council, but in either case the proposed policy change has to published on the Students’ Union website and circulated
to members of Council in advance, so that students are given the opportunity to comment and submit alternative proposals.
Officers are required to allocate responsibilities for each current Students’ Union policy and prepare proposals for action to be taken in support of the policy,
which shall be submitted for approval to the first meeting of Council and then to report on action taken at later meetings.
If you are interested in getting involved with a particular Policy email us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding is also available for students who want to take action in support of an SU Policy.