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Nominations open for the KCLSU Spring Elections

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As a democratic charity and membership organisation, KCLSU is run by students, for students, who lead KCLSU at every level. 

Nominations are now open for the KCLSU Spring Elections. This year KCLSU has scaled down the number of elections, meaning you can nominate and vote for your student officers, student trustees and student group committees at the same time.

The roles available give you the opportunity to lead KCLSU and be a voice of the student community and form part of four types of position:

  • Full-Time Officers – the highest level of decision-making within the Union. Student Officers are full-time, paid positions who lead KCLSU and sit on the KCLSU Board of Trustees.
  • Student Trustees sit on KCLSU's Trustee Board gaining invaluable skills and experience while helping improve the Union and student life. The roles are voluntary and part-time.
  • Student Group Committee Members lead the nearly 400 societies and activity groups supported by KCLSU. These roles are a great opportunity to grow leadership skills while shaping the future of your club or society.
  • Academic Associations Committee Members work to empower peers to improve the student experience at a faculty, department or programme level. These roles are a great way to actively shape your learning experience at King’s. 

You can read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.

Make sure to submit your application for a chance to support the student community and gain valuable work experience. 

Nominations close at 10.00 on Tuesday 21 March.

The polls will then open at 10.00 the following week on Monday 27 March. View the full elections timeline on the KCLSU website.

Unsure of where to start or would like more guidance? There are elections resources and role handbooks available, as well as information about how your society or network can be involved.