Bristol SU is an organisation for all students, working together to get the best from their time at Bristol. We’re independent from the University, but they work closely with us. This is some of what we do:
If there’s anything you want or think needs to change, we’re always open to new ideas. We’re here to listen to and support you, so get in touch.
Twice a year we elect over 600 students like you who represent students on issues around course quality, cost of accommodation and improving the experience at the University of Bristol.
Our next elections are in October, you can find out more here.
The Annual Members Meeting (AMM) is the SU’s biggest democratic event and any student can attend and vote on new police.
You can also submit a motion in advance of the meeting that if passed, will become SU policy for the next three years.
Student Council is the primary representative forum of the Students’ Union. It creates policy which directs the focus of the elected officers.
Members discuss and vote on motions submitted by students and any that pass become active SU.
Anyone can attend student council, but only eligible members can vote.