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Read Important Elections Info

Teesside University Students’ Union is a student led and completely democratic organisation. Students have the right to stand and vote in elections to choose lead members of clubs and societies, Chairs of key bodies like Athletic Union, Societies Federation and the Student Rep Forum as well as the 4 leaders of the SU and 6 representatives at the NUS  Annual Conference.

Student Officers or Executive Officers as they're officially known are elected on an annual basis by current students and paid to work full-time to lead the SU on behalf of students, represent student opinion to the most senior figures at the University, lead various campaigns and organise key students events and activities.

NUS Conference Reps attend the single biggest annual gathering of students and students' unions ....the NUS Annual Conference....to represent the views of Teesside students when the big issues facing students and the future direction of NUS are being debated and voted on. They'e both amazing opportunities to boost your CV and get the kind of experience and skills other Graduates can only dream about. Find out more about the roles and read the full constitutional roles and responsibilities of the 4 officers by clicking here.

Here's a few key dates to pop in your diary now, we'll give you more info about them soon but if you are thinking of running it's worth blocking out the day/ days in your diary NOW!

Elections Nominations Open - Mon 2/2                 Elections Nominations Close - Fri 13/2

Candidates Briefing - Fri 13/2 from 5.15pm            Candidates Q and A - Fri 6/3 from 7pm in The Terrace

Voting Open - Mon 9/3 from 10am to Thu 12/3 at 8pm       Results Night - Fri 13/3 from 8pm in The Terrace

E-mail: elections@tees-su.org.uk to book an appointment to speak with the current Officers and staff who work closely with them about the roles and complete our declaration of interest form to the right in the meantime?  

NUS have named Alison Chappell as the Returning Officer covering the 2015 TUSU Officer and NUS Conference elections. Adam Cotterill (Deputy Chief Executive, TUSU) is the Deputy Returning Officer being the point of contact for candidates during the election and has responsibility for matters relating to the conduct of the election. More details of the roles of the Returning Officer and Deputy Returning Officer are contained in the Guide to Elections.

Read our handy guides to the 2015 elections
Barry Beaver's Guide To The Elections
Official Guide to the Elections