WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COUNCIL AND EXEC?
The King’s Student Union Council meets approximately once every two weeks in the King's College Boardroom (2nd Floor of the Arts & Administration Building) to hold a council meeting. During these sessions, motions are put forward and discussions occur regarding the relevant student issues and events behind those motions. The KSU Executive (made up of the President, and the Internal, Financial, External and Communication Vice Presidents) is assisted by a number of other council representatives, but their responsibilities extend far beyond council into the day-to-day operations of the school.
Do not forget that as a member of the King’s Students’ Union you are an integral part of council. Indeed, the King's Student Union exists primarily to serve your needs. Although every constituency has a representative, any of its members are welcome to attend council meetings, move a motion, approach your representative or ask questions during the meeting. So don't be afraid to speak - or show - up.
WHO EXACTLY RUNS THIS UNION?
Find out by reading the candid profiles of all our Executive Members and Councilors.Don't fret: we've prepared a handy guide that details the responsibilities of each executive member and councillor. This way, you'll always know who to come to with your concerns.
WHAT'S GOING ON?
Curious about what happened at the last council meeting, have a question about services or just want to know what is going on in this crazy thing called King’s? Email your Communications Vice President and all your queries will be addressed.In order to keep you completely up to date on Union activities, we've archived the minutes from our meetings so far this year. Also check this spot regularly for the State of the Union, a monthly summary of what the Union is doing for you.