This year's AGM will take place on Tuesday 26 February from 18:00-20:00 in the Students' Union Main Hall.
Every student at Royal Holloway is invited and encouraged to attend the AGM. Please remember to bring your College Card as this will be required for entrance.
If you would like any more information about the AGM or writing a motion please do not hesitate to contact the Student Voice team. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can answer your query via email or arrange a meeting for a discussion with one of the Student Voice members of staff.
This vote is for the motion that was heard at the AGM on 26th February, unfortunately, the meeting was not quorate so it was decided to send this motion to an all-student vote.
There are no referenda running at the present time.
Read the minutes from 2017/18's AGM here.
The AGM is a large forum where students from across campus come together to debate and determine the future direction of the Students' Union and usually takes place in February each year. As a member led organisation it's you, the students, who direct the type of work we should we doing and the AGM is an opportunity for the Union to gain a collective stance on issues that matter to you.
All students are welcome to attend the AGM and anyone can submit a motion for change. A motion is an idea for change and can take the form of changes to the Union's constitution or policy that the Union should adopt. In the past the Union has absorbed the cost of tax on sanitary products after a policy was passed at an AGM. To find out more about how to write a motion you can download our guide here.
The AGM is the place where students are presented with - and responsible for passing - the Trustees Annual Report. This report includes finance, Students' Union strategy, minutes of the previous AGM, affiliations for approval and any motions that have been submitted.
One of the Union's core values is trustworthy and the AGM serves an important purpose in achieving this, allowing the student body to have hands on involvement in the top-level democratic process of the Students' Union and develop an understanding of how the SU runs.
If you are unable to attend but still want your voice to be heard you can nominate a proxy to attend on your behalf. This means another individual attends the AGM in your place, speaking and voting on your behalf.
To nominate a proxy you need to give the President, notice in writing and include:
For full details on proxy voting regulations please read the Constitution Proper.
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