Spring Elections 2018

KCLSU is a democratic charity led by students. Our elected student leaders work to ensure a wide cross-section of views are represented in decision making within the Union and at King’s and help to unite the various student communities around common causes.

The Spring Elections sees King’s students stand and vote for the Student Officer, Association Officer, NUS Delegate and Academic Rep positions. These leaders work within their respective roles, groups and as a collective to make a real impact on their communities.

 

 

 

Nominate yourself

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The positions

Have a question for the candidates? Want to know their thoughts on anything you care about? 

Submit questions for them to answer here


KCLSU Spring Elections 2018

118 posts are up for election.

Nominations are now closed.

The polls open at 10:00 on Monday 5 March 2018 (in 10 days)

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.

See handbooks for each position here


 
 

   The timeline


Nominations open

Monday 22 January, 10am

Nominations close

Friday 16 February, noon

Candidate briefings for Student Officer candidates

Friday 16 February, 5pm - Skills Room, Strand campus or Monday 19 February, noon - Activity Room 2, Guy’s campus

Candidates briefing for Association Officers and NUS National Delegates

Monday 19 February, 4pm - Skills Room, Strand campus

Candidates announced and campaigning begins

Monday 26 February, 10am

Voting open

Monday 5 March, 10am

Voting closed

Thursday 8 March, 5pm

Results announced

The evening of Thursday 8 March, The Shed

   Useful links


Handbooks for each position

The handbooks provide useful information about the nominations and elections process, role descriptions, election rules and expenses. 

Candidate resources 

Information and guidance for candidates, as well as the slides and advice from the candidates' briefings. 

Eligibility terms explained 

Some positions might require you to self-define in order to be eligible to stand or vote for it. 

Designated campaign zones 

Candidates aren't allowed to put up posters in undesignated KCLSU and King's spaces. Here you can find the full list of spaces.

Candidates' Code of Conduct

Taking part in a KCLSU election means following a code of conduct. Here, you will find the full Code of Conduct     .

Elections guide for Societies and Associations 

Here you can see the ways your society or association can be involved in the KCLSU elections, from endorsements to asking questions. 

Recommend someone for a position 


Know someone who is the perfect fit for one of the aboce positions?

Recommend them here!

 

    

Complaints and          contact information


Contact elections@kclsu.org for:

  • Problems logging in
  • Problems voting
  • Questions about the elections process
  • Help and guidance

Please provide your K number, full name and KCL email address.

If you'd like to make a complaint, please click through to the Elections Complaints page.