Union Council represents the voice of students to set the policy of Imperial College Union through bringing together student leaders from across all of our activities. In Union Council, our Officer Trustees come together with the leaders of our Constituent Unions, Academic & Wellbeing Representation Networks, Management Group Chairs and Liberation Teams, as well as elected Undergraduate and Postgraduate representatives of students from every faculty of Imperial College London.
Union Council's role is to provide political leadership and to support and scrutinise the Officer Trustees. It does this by passing policies, mandating student leaders to carry out certain actions or campaigns, and by holding student leaders accountable.
Union Council has three subcommittees to support specific discussion and decision-making - Clubs, Societies & Projects Board; Education & Representation Board; and Community & Welfare Board.
Union Council meets monthly during term-time. Any student of Imperial College London can attend, and any member can propose a paper for discussion. Proceedings of Union Council can be found here.
Union Council is where student leaders come together to make decisions on behalf of our 18,000+ members.