All Student Members' meeting put you, the students, at the heart of democracy on campus.
What are All Student Members' meetings?
ASMs are called upon when required to ensure that everything the Students' Union does is informed by the student opinion. Coupled with our online ideas platform - SUggestions - ASMs give you the chance to have your say on real issues and topics that affect students across campus. Make sure you come along and have your voice heard!
Previous actions from meetings have seen your Students' Union getting involved in national ralles and campaigns, as well as making key changes to your sstudent experience on campus.
How to call an All Student Members' meeting
Any student can call an All Student Members meeting at any time. All you need to do is write a letter to the Students’ Union President asking for one, and get at least 150 members to sign it. Alternatively you can submit an SUggestion to hold a meeting, and get 50 students to vote for your idea!
Your Student Leaders (as the Executive Committee) can also call a meeting at any time, so if you want to hold a meeting, it is a good idea to ask them if they will call one for you in the first instance.
As a Volunteer Officer (School Reps, College Officers, Postgraduate Officers, Sports & Societies Officers, Community Officer, RAG Officer and Campaigns Officers), you can also request the SU President to hold a meeting, through a letter signed by 10 Volunteer Officers. Because the Volunteer Officers represent you, our members, they are requesting a meeting called on behalf of the student body.
The Board of Trustees can also request that an All Student Members is held.
The dates of the next All Student Members' Meeting will be shown below, and papers can be found here, 5 days before the meeting.
For more information on how to get involved or to submit a motion, contact email@example.com.
You can find all minutes from previous meetings by clicking below