Policy & Governance

Constitution

The Constitution is the official document detailing the roles and responsibilities of Central Students’ Union. It governs how the Union is run and how it is made accountable for the work it does. The constitution has recently been re-written to suit the needs of Central Students’ Union  and is currently awaiting approval from Central’s Governing Body. Please find the draft constitution here:

Student Forum 

The Union is here to work for the students and the Student Forum exists to ensure that we are carrying out that work properly. All students are welcome to attend the Student Forum; each course rep is required to be there to ensure that we have at least one student from every course. Society leaders are also expected to attend. Student Forum is a chance to receive reports from all officers, feedback on the Union's work and raise any issues, ideas or motions the students want the Union officers to work on. For full information on how the Student Forum runs check clause 7 and Schedule Four of the Constitution.

Standing Policy

Any motions passed at Student Forum that mandate the Student Union to follow new policy will be published here:

There is currently no standing policy. If you would like to submit a motion please fill out the survey .

 

Central Students Charter

Central Students' Union, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Students of Central are all responsible for creating an inclusive and productive working environment. The Students Charter aims to lay out the commitment made by all parties in achieving this. Click the button below for access:

Standing Policy

At Student Forum meetings, students can vote on policy that they wish the Union to adopt. Please find below copies of policy that has been passed by Central SU. Any policy passed will stand for 3 years unless a vote is passed to repeal the policy or there is an approved update or amendment.

Set: ASA Spring 2018

Expires: Spring 2021

Set: ASA Spring 2018

Expires: Spring 2021

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