An open conversation between societies and the Students' Union.
What is a Society Forum?
A Society Forum is an interactive session that allows you to have your voices heard. Gathering once a semester, this is a nice opportunity for societies to share their achievements with each other and feedback any difficulties faced along the way. The SU will take note of all that's mentioned and will look to find solutions where possible. We also use this time to let you know of anything we feel is relevant or might interest you.
When are they?
In the 2020-21 academic year, we will have 1 Society Forum per semester. The dates are yet to be confirmed but will be posted right here - and communicated with committee members - nearer the time.
Who can come?
Society Forums are open to all committee members. While it isn’t compulsory that you attend, we encourage as many committee members to come as possible. Society Forums can be the root of real change, so come along and let us know what you would do differently and what you think is working well. Your voice could be the difference. You'll get some free food too!
Do I need to register?
Nope! Just turn up to the session(s).
What's happened at past Society Forums?
Below are the agendas and minutes from previous Society Forums so you can see what was discussed.