Students are standing in the elections to lead the Students’ Union and make life better at Goldsmiths. The SU is run by students, for students and this is one of the easiest ways that you can set the direction of the Union.
Who are the candidates?
Four Full-Time Officers represent students to the College and wider community, campaigning on issues to make your time at Goldsmiths the best it can be. All the candidates in the election can be seen here.
The Students’ Union President leads the main representative of the study body. The candidates standing to be your next President are:
The Campaigns and Activities Officer leads the SU’s campaigning work and works closely with clubs, societies and student media. The candidates standing to be your next Campaigns and Activities Officer are:
Tommi Vicky Otieno
The Education Officer leads on making your academic experience the best it can be. They work closely with department representatives to improve your learning experiences. The candidates standing to be your next Education Officer are:
The Welfare and Liberation Officer leads on the SU’s wellbeing work and supports Part-Time Liberation Officers in their campaigns. The candidates standing to be your next Welfare and Liberation Officer are:
RON (Re-open nominations)
There are also two NUS Conference Delegate positions open. NUS delegates are the students who attend the National Conference of the National Union of Students to represent Goldsmiths students. The candidates standing to be your NUS delegates are:
How can I vote?
Voting is easy! You just need head to goldsmithssu.org/elections, log in and click ‘Vote Now.’ You’ll be taken through every position you’re eligible to vote in. You don’t have to vote for all of the positions at once - you can go back any time before 11am on Thursday 19th March 2020 to complete voting. Number the candidates in order of preference. Once you’re done, click on ‘No Further Preferences’ and on the next page click ‘Cast Vote’ to submit your vote. Repeat for all of the positions. Find out who wins at Results Night at 5pm on Thursday 19th March in the SU Venue, or on our website shortly afterwards.
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Why should I vote?
Voting is the best way to have your say on the direction of the Students’ Union. Your vote elects Officers who will lead campaigns and represent you.
Candidate Question Time
If you want to hear from the candidates in person, come down to Candidate Question Time TONIGHT at 5.30pm in the SU Venue and hear what the candidates have to say. You can also watch live via our SU Facebook page.