2. The SU Officer delivered a final update on their time in Office.
3. The timetable for the SU Counsil Elections 2020/21 was approved.
If you're a continuing student and interested in standing to be an SU Councillor next year, look out for updates at the beginning of next semester! You can always email email@example.com with any questions!
Below are all motions passed at meetings of SU Council during the Academic Year 2019/20.
University of Sheffield students vote for who reprsents them at SU Council
How to Become a Councillor
Councillors lead the SU and make important decisions about the way we are run - elections for SU Council are held at the beginning of the academic year, look our for details around then!
Every year you elect the members of SU Council for the current academic year. Councillors lead the SU and make important decisions about the way we are run. These decisions can be varied and wide-ranging and students need a broad range of people to be involved in Council to make sure it represents the whole student population.
The SU has 46 Departmental Councillors (one from each department), 8 Representative Councillors (Women’s, BME, Disabled students’, LGBT, Postgraduate Taught, Post Graduate Research, International Students’, Mature Students’) and the Ethical and Environmental Councillor. Representative Councillors must be a member of the group that they want to represent.
As a Councillor you will be trained and supported to represent the views of other students. You’ll be given the chance to perfect the talents employers look for: negotiation, public speaking, diplomacy and project management, all while meeting new people from across the University and having fun.
If you would like to become an SU Councillor nominations open during September each year, so look out for info around then!
Support for SU Councillors on Meetings, Polices, Motions, Papers and much more.