The Students’ Union is led by a team of five sabbatical officers who are elected from across the student body. Their role is key in ensuring the work we do is 100% student focused and each role helps to shape the strategic direction of the organisation, influence University policy and act as a trustee of the Students’ Union.
Alongside the Sabbatical Officers we also elect Student Trustees to sit on the Union’s Board of Trustees, a College Council Representative and NUS Delegates who represent the University at a national level.
Today’s the day you can put yourself forward to stand in the election. We’ve a ton of information available in our candidate hub about standing including things you’ll need to consider as you put together your winning campaign.
Email our Student Voice team to book in your 1-2-1 campaign planning session. They'll share with you any tips, tricks and experiences they've accumulated over year's of campaigning. Book now - firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the perfect opportunity for you to gain a deeper understanding of the Students' Union and the strategic direction it's moving in. Pretty much essential knowledge for sabbatical officer candidates. Book your 1-2-1 session by emailing email@example.com
An opportunity for candidates to have their official candidate photography taken and videos recorded. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your time slot.
The AGM is a large forum where students from across campus come together to debate and determine the future direction of the Students' Union. If you’re looking to lead the Union it’s a good idea to see where we’re heading in the future. Find out more about the AGM here.
Get your nomination in before midnight to ensure you’re in the race.
An opportunity for candidates to have their official candidate photography taken and videos recorded.Please email email@example.com to book your time slot.
We’re laying on a bunch of materials for all election candidates to use through their campaign. So head on down and get creative!
Your chance to quiz the candidates on their manifestos, what they hope to achieve in office and how they plan on going about it.
Head over to the voting portal and select who you want to lead your Students’ Union.
It’s all over. Time for the votes to be counted ahead of results night.
1200 students pile into the Students’ Union for Results Night where we announce who you have chosen to lead the Students’ Union. Once again we’ll be joined by SOAP who have a very special elections themed night up their sleeve.
The results are in, and we're excited to reveal who have been elected as your academic reps, Collective convenors and Societies, Sports & Opportunities Executive members.
Take a read of our handy guide to voting in this year's elections for academic reps, Collective convenors and Societies, Sports & Opportunities Executive members.
President Jack O'Neill tells you everything you need to know about Service Development Groups, and elections for Collectives, Executives and academic reps.
Sports clubs, societies and media groups must elect their new committees for the next academic year during this period. If you want more information on these elections including any questions on organising your groups election please email the Student Opportunities team at StudentOpportunities@su.rhul.ac.uk.
If you have any changes to make to your committee roles, these must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org before 13 February.
Have you got what it takes to lead your student group? It's time to put yourself forward for a position on your committee.
All the candidates are locked in ahead of voting.
It’s time to select who will make up your committee next year.
We set the super computer (we’re not joking here) to work to tally up the votes and find out who has been elected to our activity group committees.
The results of the group elections are revealed. Time for a drink to celebrate the end of this year’s election period!