Each year, your Students’ Union holds general meetings at which:
- The Trustee board can be held to account for the decisions they make
- Members can see how the Students’ Unions’ money has been used in the last year & proposals for the next year
- Students can make proposals for what the Union should do – campaign for, change or be committed to - in the future.
All members of the Students’ Union – all students at City, University of London – can attend, debate, listen and vote.
Before a Union Meeting is called a Notice will announce the date, place and time of the meeting, and how students can submit proposals. There will also be support for students who want to make a proposal, which will be highlighted here and on the Notice of the meeting.