Voting opened at noon today (October 21) in the Autumn Elections 2019 (AE19). Over 600 positions are being contested across Imperial. All students are eligible to vote.
Academic Representatives speak up for students on education issues such as coursework, feedbackand learning resources. There's a Rep for every Year group and every Department for both UGs and PGs Vote nowWellbeing Representatives campaign and lobby on issues affecting students' lives, such as stress, finances, relationships and health. There's a Rep for every Year group and every Department for UGs Vote now
Council Representatives propose and agree Imperial College Union's policies on critical issues such as tuition fees, widening access and the environment Vote now
Disabilities Officer is one of our Liberation Officers, representing the interests of students who identify as having a disability Vote now
International Officer is one of our Liberation Officers, representing the interests of students who are not classified as domestic students Vote now
Gender Equality Officer is one of our Liberation Officers striving for gender equality Vote now
Constituent Union Leaders organise social events and campaigns within their communities, as well as maintain Imperial's traditions and mascots Vote now
Clubs, Societies & Projects leaders ensure their actvities are managed in the interest of members Vote now
Last year's election saw a very high turnout placing Imperial atop the table for student elections in the UK. It is important that we maintain that proud tradition which only serves to strengthen our democracy and give our student leaders stong mandates to face College on key issues that affect the student experience. To learn more about these elections, go here. Voting closes at 14:00 on Thursday, 24 October with all results published online by the evening of Friday, October 25.