What’s Student Voice?
Student Voice is a RUSU forum where:
- Students set the direction of the Union through policy and campaign proposals.
- Ideas are discussed, put forward to campus-wide votes and their progress is reviewed.
- Student Officers are held to account.
Who can attend Student Voice?
All students registered at the University of Reading can attend and debate ideas submitted to Change It and participate in officer scrutiny. There is no need to book a place, just come along. All students can vote in the Reports & Scrutiny Section of the meeting.
Who are Student Voice Members?
Student Voice is also attended by Student Voice Members which are a group of elected student representatives from different areas of RUSU, from societies and sports club committee reps to Course Reps and Part-Time Officers.
Student Voice Members can also vote to decide whether to send ideas submitted to Change It to a campaign or policy vote or to reject the idea. If Student Voice Members send an idea to a campaign or policy vote, the idea is then put to a cross campus vote for all students to vote on.
What happens at Student Voice?
You can download a full guide to Student Voice. This guide tells you more about Student Voice, the role of Student Voice Members, the order of the meeting, the processes relating to debate, amendments, voting that will be followed during the meeting and much more.
When is the next Student Voice?
There will be three Student Voice meetings during the academic year. The first meeting will be held on Thursday 9th November 2017, 6pm–8pm, in Monterey Lounge.
There will be light refreshments during the meeting. Please come along - it would be great to see you there!
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