The Student's Union is a democracy governed by a constitution. As of July 2008, the new Union Constitution comes into effect. All students of Swansea University are automatically enrolled into the Union at the beginning of each term (unless they choose to opt out) and then have the right to produce and vote on motions at the Student General Meetings. Representing the students are the Sabbatical officers, Executive, Standing Committees, Societies and a Course Rep assembly. There are also management staff to help with the running of the Union.
Student General Meetings
Student General Meetings (SGMs) are held every 3 weeks of term to help keep the union in contact with its members. All union members are welcome to attend. SGMs and the Course Reps Assembly have powers to send proposals to the Union Executive on issues that they deem important. Student General Meetings and the Annual General Meeting (AGM) are an opportunity for elected officials to be publicly... Read More