How does this impact you as a student?
Hertfordshire Students' Union is governed by various committees and meetings, some of which you can attend and speak in. See below for meetings where you can come along, have your say and set the direction of your Students' Union.
What do the Student Council Do?
The Student Council discusses issues affecting students, votes on policy that sets the direction of the Students' Union and ensures that your Elected Officers are doing what you elected them to do! Student Council is made up of elected students - at the beginning of each meeting there will also be an election of five additional students to vote and discuss issues.
The next meeting will be held in October 2019. Thank you for all your contributions this year!
Documents from meetings this year can be found here.
Students Union Annual Meeting
The Students' Union Annual Meeting is your opportunity to have your say about how Hertfordshire Students' Union is run, its strategic direction and its policies. The Students' Union Annual Meeting typically follows the same format as a Student Council but includes some information on how the Students' Union allocates and spends its money. As with the Student Council, the Students' Union Annual Meeting is open to all students at the University of Hertfordshire.
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You can read the minutes from our most recent Annual Meeting and previous Student Councils below.
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