About Elections at the SU
The Students' Union is led by students for students and ANY CURRENT STUDENT* can run in our annual elections to find the next three Student Officers and next four NUS Conference Reps, they are elected to the positions by fellow students with EVERY STUDENT* holding the right to vote in the elections as well.
The Student Officers are paid over £20,000 per year to lead the SU for at least 12 months running campaigns, sitting on the SU Board Of Trustees, leading on big events and making sure the student voice is heard by the most senior figures at the Uni and a range of external stakeholders amongst other responsibilities.
NUS Conference Reps attend the National Union Of Students (NUS) Annual Conference for three days at the end of March 2018 (most expenses are paid by the SU) and speak up for all Teesside Uni students at debates and when key votes on NUS policy and elections for the next set of national leaders are held.
Teesside University Students' Union Elections 2018
Thinking of standing in 2018 or just want to know more elections and the roles available??? We'll be adding a wealth of info here soon including handy downloads and useful links. In the meantime you can e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and to arrange a time to speak to a current Student Officer and/ or The Deputy Returning Officer. We've also already confirmed some key dates you may want to put in your diary (More info about each of the milestones soon)...
> Mon, 29th Jan from 10am: Elections Nominatons Open
> Fri, 9th Feb at 5pm: Elections Nominations Close
> Fri, 9th Feb from 5.15pm: Elections Candidates Briefing
> Thu, 1st Mar from 12pm: Meet The Candidates Event
> Mon, 5th Mar at 10am to Thu, 8th Mar at 8pm: Voting Open
> Fri, 9th Mar from 8pm: Elections Results Party
> Tue, 27th to Thu, 29th Mar: NUS Annual Conference 2018
> Mon,18th June: Student Officers Elect begin their handover and training
Teesside University Students' Union Elections 2017
The winners of the 2017 elections were announced on Friday, 10th March in The Terrace! Click tiles below to see a quick summary or the full results round by round and check out videos and pics from our Results Party below.
*You must be a current student at the time of voting to be eligible to stand as a candidate in the elections and there are a number of factors which may prevent you being a trustee of a registered charity like the Students' Union (previously declared bankrupt, past criminal record etc). If you are in any doubt about your eligibility please e-mail: email@example.com for a confidential discussion. You must also be a current student at the time voting is open (March 2018) to be able to cast a vote in the elections.