Change It!

Change It! allows you to get your voice heard. It makes it quick and easy to put forward ideas no matter how big or small.

Your ideas help RUSU to set priorities and implement the changes you want to see.

The deadline for ideas for this term was the 30th April. You can still submit ideas, and they will come to a RUSU forum in the next academic year.

Voting is now open!

Submit an idea now!

Change It! Campaign Vote - Summer 2019

At the Student Voice meeting held on 16th May 2019, it was decided to send 2 ideas to an All Student Campaign Vote. An idea must receive 200 or more winning votes to pass and receive the highest (or second highest) number of votes. Up to 2 ideas can win. RUSU will work on the winning campaign(s) for 2 years or until the campaign aim has been achieved, whichever is soonest.

1 post is up for election.

Nominations are now closed.

The polls are open and will close at 17:00 on Friday 24 May 2019 (in 2 days and 16 hours)

Please log in to vote.
Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.
Candidate List
See who's running for each post and read their manifestos.
Submit a Change It idea to RUSU Submit an Idea

Have an idea that you think could improve student life at university? Submit it here!

RUSU Change It results Results

Take a look at the outcome of the most recent Change It campaign and policy votes.

How Change It works at RUSU How Change It Works

An explanation of how the Change It process works and how to vote.

RUSU Change It key dates Key Dates

Important dates and events during the Change It submission and voting season.

RUSU Change It FAQs FAQ

Any and all questions about Change It!

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      Introduce trigger warnings on course texts that contain content about sexual abuse, domestic abuse, emotional abuse etc. so students who have have past trauma are aware of what may come up.

       

      This can help students to prepare themselves to study texts that may be triggering following previous experiences, and make arrangements, if necessary, with staff (ie. seminar leaders) in how to deal with issues in class.

       
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