Hertfordshire Students' Union is a Charity, overseen by a Trustee Board comprising of five Full Time Elected Officer Trustees, three Student Trustees and four External Trustees, managed by a Chief Executive Officer and Senior Management Team.
On this page you'll find information on the bye-laws and policies of the Students' Union.
If you have any questions about the documents on this page, please contact the Students' Union over email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Articles of Association and bye-laws of Hertfordshire Students' Union govern how the Students' Union is run.
Articles of Association
The Articles of Association of the Students' Union defines the responsibilities of its members and the kind of business to be undertaken by the organisation.
Bye-law 1 - Governance
This bye-law defines the governance structures of the Students' Union, including the Executive Management Board, Student Council and Annual Meetings.
Bye-Law 2 - Membership
This bye-law defines the membership benefits for Associate Members of the Students' Union.
Bye-law 3 - Elected Officers
Bye-law 2 sets out the roles and responsibilities of Elected Officers of the Students' Union including the officer
Bye-law 4 - Elections and Referenda
This bye-law covers the procedure for the conduct of Students' Union Elections, and referendums.
Bye-law 5 - Clubs and Societies
This bye-law contains information on clubs and societies, including the process for formation, how they should run, and the structures of Societies Forum.
Bye-law 6 - Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct sets out the procedures to be followed in the instance of disciplinary action being made against a member of the Students' Union.
Bye-law 7 - Licensed Premises Code of Conduct
This bye-law outlines the code of conduct for venues of the Students' Union, including the rules that members must abide by and the subsequent disciplinary procedures.
Bye-law 8 - Association Constitution
Bye-law 8 presents the constitution for any associations of the Students' Union; it outlines the responsibilities of the association, the roles of committee members and procedures for members.
The direction of the Students' Union can be set through policies that are passed at meetings such as Student Council and Annual Members' Meeting. These policies note issues that are affecting students studying at the University and request the relevant Elected Officer at the Students' Union to explore and fix the issue.
For more information on the policies of the Students' Union and for help with writing your own, please contact the Students' Union at email@example.com.