The Students’ Voice is the decision making body of the Students’ Association of the University of the West of Scotland (SAUWS). It is the forum for UWS students to voice their concerns and where they can make decisions about the direction of the Students’ Association and the University.
Students' Voice is the successor to Students' Council and has been implemented as part of our wider Governance and Accountability changes (please see our Constitution here for full details of our changes). Any registered student at UWS can attend and participate in Students' Voice.
What does the Students’ Voice do?
Students’ Voice is responsible for:
- Representing the voice of students,
- Debating and setting the policy of the Association,
- Making, repealing and amending bye-laws jointly with the Board of Trustees, and
- Promoting any elections and referenda in the organisation.
All issues affecting students may be taken to the Students’ Voice to be discussed, debated and acted upon, this can include:
SAUWS activities Education issues NUS Campaigns
SAUWS campaigns Library opening hours SAAS funding
Union events ICT facilities Student Housing
Sports and Societies Contact hours Employment
Dates for Student Voice 2017-18
Students' Voice will meet 4 times per academic year, the dates are:
Wednesday 25th October 2017, 2pm – 4pm (click on the date to be taken to the page for more information)
Wednesday 29th November 2017, 2pm – 4pm
Wednesday 14th February 2018, 2pm – 4pm
Wednesday 28th March 2018, 2pm – 4pm
Students' Voice is only as strong as the input from its members. By getting involved, you are giving the students a stronger voice and ensuring that all issues are solved in the best and most democratic way.
For more information on the Students’ Voice and the Students’ Association, pop into your Students’ Union offices or contact your student officers
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