Interested in representing your fellow students? Want to be part of making change happen? Run for Class Rep! Nominations are open now until 6 October.
You can submit your nomination here: https://forms.gle/wCJPUGyoTsuHyjC26
The SU is run by six full time Sabbatical Officers and nine part-time College Officers each year. Together they are known as the Executive. Alongside them are the Class Reps, who are elected by their peers to represent different courses, schools, and stages across the UCD student journey.
Alongside Sabbats, College Officers, Campaign Coordinators and the ENTs Forum, Class Reps attend Union Council every two weeks to discuss and debate issues important to students.
Nominations are now open for the 2020/21 academic year and will close on 6 October, with elections due to take place on 14-15 October.
So - Who can run? Who can vote? How does it all work?
In short, if you’re a UCD student, you can run and you can vote - all students can! This is your Union and you have the right to have your voice heard, by running for election yourself, or by voting, or both!
To run for Class Rep or College Officer (we are holding a by-election for the Agriculture, Food & Veterinary College Officer alongside the Class Rep elections), you must be enrolled as a student in that particular course, school, stage, and/or College.
You can only be nominated in one constituency, even if you are on Joint Majors.
To learn more about our elections, visit https://ucdsu.ie/elections. If you have any questions, you can contact the Returning Officers on email@example.com.