Members' Meeting (Annual General Meeting) 2022!

The KCLSU Members' Meeting (AGM) will be taking place from 5:30-7pm on Wednesday 2 February 2022 via MS Teams. You’ll have the opportunity to hear updates from your Student Officers and Trustees and submit questions to them, take part in the discussion for NUS National Conference motions, and vote in the online poll. This Members' Meeting (AGM) will be led and facilitated by students for students so that you can hear from the very people who represent you. Reserve your online spot here


  1. Receive the Trustees’ Annual Report and Accounts for year ended 31/07/2021
  2. Receive the Student Officer reports and Q&A
  3. Vote on the NUS Motion Submissions
  4. Note the Auditors
  5. Note the list of affiliations (listed in 2020-21 Annual Report)
  6. Approve the minutes from the last AGM
Cast your vote Officer reports

If you would like to submit an amendment to any of the NUS National Conference motion then please email [email protected] by 10am on Monday 24 January with your amendments to any resolutions.

Polling will take place online and open from 5:30pm on Wednesday 2 February and close at 5:30pm on Friday 4 February.

You can find the full agenda here. If you have any queries you can get in contact with us via [email protected]

What is the AGM?

KCLSU is a member-led, democratic charity, so it’s really important that our members (all King’s students) decide what the Union does. Every year at the KCLSU Annual General Meeting, you have the opportunity to put questions to the KCLSU Trustee Board. There are presentations and discussions held about the organisation’s performance and published Annual Report and Accounts. You also have the opportunity to ask questions to the Student Officers after they give their reports.


Contact Us

If you have any questions, please email [email protected] and we’ll help. You can read the full minutes of the AGM 2021 here.


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