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Tuesday 13 March 2012

Voting now open for the 2012 NTSU Elections


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Have your say!

Now’s your chance to have your say on who will be elected to lead the Students’ Union, and have the chance to enhance the experience of 25,000 NTU students, for the next academic year.

Why vote?

If you care about what employability and training opportunities are available to you, or how societies’ budgets are allocated, or what services are available on your campus, or the price of a drink in the SU, or even being able to get your housing contract checked for free, then you need to voice your opinion by voting!

How to vote

From now until 5 pm on Friday 16th March you can vote online for one of the nine positions on offer on the 2012/13 NTSU Executive Committee, as well as for delegates to represent Trent at the NUS National Conference 2012.

All current NTU students are able to vote in the elections, and voting is very easy and only takes a few minutes.

Find out more about the candidates

Go to the Students' Union elections page to find out more about the candidates and what they promise to carry out if elected, watch the video debates, and read about how to vote.

Positions up for election:

  • President
  • Vice President Education and Representation
  • Vice President Services and Communication
  • Vice President Sport
  • Vice President Student Activities
  • Vice President Welfare and Community
  • Brackenhurst Liaison Officer
  • City Liaison Officer
  • Clifton Liaison Officer
  • NUS Delegates

Any questions about voting? Email us.


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