What happens at a Sub-Commitee Meeting?
Find out more about what happens and why it's important.
Why it's important
The Students' Union is led by students for students and exists to improve your experiences as a University of Plymouth student, on and off campus. We have introduced Sub-Committees to open vital discussions to the wider student body, not just for elected reps. Any student is welcome to attend any sub-committee however, there are always key elected Reps who are expected to attend each meeting. For this Committee Meeting the Part-time Welfare Officer and Part-time Mens Welfare Officer are expected to attend
Find out more about other Part- time and School Reps
What happens at the meeting?
At the Sub-committee students:
- Discuss ideas for the development of the University or Students' Union. This may be on a specific topic or with a speaker from the university
- Share feedback on thier academic experience and that of their peers
- Identify issues and discuss solutions on matters that impact on the student body
- Highlight and progress campaigns that aim to have a positive impact of the academic experience
- Propose changes to Union policy that are worked on and presented at the Union Council
- Question elected reps about thier work and the progression of any actions set by the Sub-Committee