As part of their roles, Full-time Elected Officers are expected to produce regular reports to update students on what they've been up to and how the work they do benefits the student body.
In 2013/14, students voted to change the Students' Union's democratic structures through referendum. This included mandating the six Full Time Officers to produce monthly written accountability reports to be presented at the Union Council. Officers have also been mandated by the Board of Trustees to produce reports to ensure they are accountable to students. As Union Council only meets term time, reports for work over the Summer have been submitted together.
View previous reports
Each month the Students' Union will be publishing these accountability reports. Staff, volunteers and students support Officers in all the things outlined in these reports, including producing the reports themselves.
You can also follow the Full-Time Officers on twitter for real-time updates of the work they do.
Tweet to @PresidentUSSU
No report submitted
Tweet to @UGEducationUSSU
Read Bethan's report
Tweet to @ActivitiesUSSU
Read Lyndsay's report
Tweet to @WelfareUSSU
Read Rianna's report
Tweet to @PGEducationUSSU
Read Rose's report
Tweet to @SocCitUSSU
Read Sarah's report
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