By Eva Radhika Gurnani, News Editor
Voting began on Tuesday for this term’s Students’ Union elections at the University of Bristol.
The ballots remain open until 21.00 on Thursday 13th October, after which results are expected to be confirmed the following day.
Key roles up for election include chair and committee roles for various groups, such as Sports, BAME, Multifaith and Sustainability Networks.
Course representatives, whose role is vital in liaising with staff to voice students' concerns, will also be decided. Usually there is at least one representative per course, meaning a new cohort of over 900 members is set to be elected.
In addition, students will vote for this year’s NUS (National Union of Students) delegate, who will be responsible for representing Bristol University nationally.
The SU elections are students’ main opportunity to decide who represents the student body and makes the changes we want to see. If there are areas of your university experience you are not satisfied with, whether it be housing, academic issues or wellbeing support, this is your chance to have your say.
Cast your vote here at the Student Union website.