Voting has now closed in Autumn Elections. This is the first election of the year, when the entire student body chooses Undergraduate and Postgraduate course representatives and other positions that are crucial to a great student experience at Imperial. We’re electing our Academic Reps and Wellbeing Reps, as well as Representatives to Council (Council Reps), Constituent Union Committee Leaders, the Committees of our Clubs, Societies & Projects and three entirely new positions in our Liberation and Community Networks. These roles are critical to the student experience and allow us to take charge of our Imperial experience as students.
Results will be published online on 23 October.
Nominations close: noon, Tuesday 13 October 2020
Manifestos deadline: noon, Wednesday 14 October 2020
Manifestos published / start of campaigning: noon, Thursday 15 October 2020
Voting opens: noon, Monday 19 October 2020
Voting closes: 14:00 Thursday 22 October 2020
Complaints deadline: 17:00, Thursday 22 October 2020
Results published: 17:00, Friday 23 October 2020
Academic Representatives speak up for students on education issues such as coursework, feedbackand learning resources. There's a Rep for every Year group and every Department for both UGs and PGs.
Wellbeing Representatives campaign and lobby on issues affecting students' lives, such as stress, finances, relationships and health. There's a Rep for every Year group and every Department for UGs.
Council Representatives propose and agree Imperial College Union's policies on critical issues such as tuition fees, widening access and the environment.
Liberation & Community Network Committees are responsible for organising campaigns, building a community and fostering the wellbeing with our nine Liberation & Community Networks.
Constituent Union Leaders organise social events and campaigns within their communities, as well as maintain Imperial's traditions and mascots.
Clubs, Societies & Projects Leaders ensure their actvities are managed in the interest of members.
About Autumn Elections
Imperial College Union exists to empower students to speak up for themselves and change the world around them - let's start with the student experience. We have the power to shape our learning, access the support we need to thrive, defend the interests of under-represented student communities, build our Constituent Unions and ensure we are as democratic as possible at the highest levels of decision-making. Autumn Elections are our annual opportunity to elect the Reps who will lead the charge in those areas. Some roles are paid and are a full time commitment, while others can be done while studying. There will be training and support for all candidates as well as those who are successful.