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There are loads of ways that you can get your voice heard at your Union. Student opinion is at the heart of every decision we make so we encourage every student to make use of all of the options below to tell us what you think.
Your Officers and Union Reps are elected to spend their time talking to students to find out what you want from Hallam Union. The feedback you give them is then fed back into the Union to inform future decisions. You will see your Officers and Union Reps out and about on campus or you can email them any time.
Speak to your Course Rep or faculty rep if you have a problem related to your course.
This runs every month throughout term time, if you aren’t getting the newsletter send us your name and student email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a suggestion:
Use the suggestion box by the cash machine in the HUBS, or peg it ot the Thought Board in the Union foyer.
If you are a final year student, fill in the National Student Survey
Vote in the elections and referenda. These are held at various times during the year and you will get an email to your student account notifying you of when to vote and what you are voting for.
Student Assembly is an open meeting that all SHU students can attend, this gives you the chance to voice your opinions, draw attention to a certain issue and raise concerns on issues affecting you as a student.
The Annual General Meeting is an open meeting that all SHU students can attend. The meeting reviews the running of the Union in terms of its Trustee business for example, receiving financial accounts and Trustee Board reports. This meeting is focused on the business side of the organisation. Remember if you want to raise an issue affecting you as a student the student assembly is the place to do it.