Student Council

 

 

 

How Student Council works

 

You decide what the Student Council does. It’s open to all students so you can go along and take part in discussions, vote on ideas and help to take forward projects and campaigns. Student Council’s main purpose is to discuss ideas and create policy which directs the work of Edinburgh University Students' Association. Some students have elected seats on Student Council. These are your elected Students' Association reps.

 

Student Council 2018/19

 

The next meeting is on Thursday 21st February in the Debating Hall, Teviot.

Motions for February's Student Council must be submitted by 9am on Tuesday 12th February.

 

Date
27th September
 
25th October
 
29th November
 
24th January Final Papers
 
21st February
 
 
28th March
 
 
 
 

 

Student Council 2017/18

Date
Agenda and Papers
Meeting Summary
Sabb Reports
Additional Documents
28th September
26th October
 
23rd November
 
25th January
 
15th February
22nd March

 

Progress of implementing motions adopted at Student Council

 

Find out when meetings are

Submit a motion to Student Council

Submit an amendment to Student Council

What to expect at Student Council meetings

Read meeting summaries

Read existing policy

If you are an existing rep find rep resources here

 

If you have any questions about Student Council or want to get involved then please get in touch with us by emailing democracy@eusa.ed.ac.uk

 

You can read the complete democracy regulations here and our Safe Space Policy here.

 

 

Student Council (27 October 2016)

Sabb Reports (27 October 2016)

Student Council (24 November 2016)

Sabb Reports (24 November 2016)

Student Council (2 February 2017)

Sabb Reports (2 February 2017)

Student Council (2 March 2017)

Sabb Reports (2 March 2017)

Student Council (30 March 2017)

Sabb Reports (30 March 2017)