General Questions

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What elections are there?

  • KCLSU Elections

    • Student Officers

    • Student Trustees
    • Student group committees, including sports clubs and academic associations
    • NUS Conference Delegates
  • Funding & Ratification Committee
  • Academic rep roles & Academic Board

Please note that it is compulsory for your student group to run elections through KCLSU. It’s also mandatory to have both a President and a Treasurer.

What roles are on offer?

During KCLSU Elections, the following roles will be elected:

  • Student group committee positions, including sports clubs and academic association
  • NUS Conference Delegates (x13)
  • Student Trustees (x4)
  • Student Officers: President, VP Activities & Development, VP Education (Arts & Science), VP Education (Health), VP Postgraduate, VP Welfare & Community

What rules apply to the elections?

The election principles cover all election activity and campaigning. These can be found in the KCLSU Bye-law 5.4-5.10. Moreover, campaign parameters apply.

You can read more about the rules that apply in the elections protocol & guidance, which you can find here.

How do I submit a complaint?

Any member of KCLSU may submit a complaint if they believe any of the KCLSU Election Principles have been breached. You can submit your complaint via the form on our elections complaints webpage. All complaints must be firsthand, not hearsay. You must submit any complaints 24 hours after the close of voting. For KCLSU Elections, this is 5pm 8 March.