Each year a team of students is elected to lead your Students' Union, setting the agenda for the activities that the Students' Union does over the next academic year.
Sabbaticals are paid positions responsible for overseeing the policy and activity zones, and setting the direction for the Students' Union each academic year. They oversee and support the Student Leaders and other voluntary officers in their roles throughout the year.
Student Leaders are responsible for running and representing specific groups within the Students' Union. These range from faculty groups to the media groups to international and postgraduate students. Some roles, such as the Postgraduate Officer, are only open to students within that specific group.
The Trustee roles are voluntary, unpaid positions. The officers in this role will be entrusted, together with other trustees, overall responsibility for the work that the Students' Union undertakes. They focus on the strategic direction of the Students' Union, ensuring that the Union creates and implements strategies that meet its objectives.
Union Senators are elected to reflect the different student bodies that make up the membership of the Students' Union. Any current student at the University of Southampton can become a member of Senate and represent the overall student body on the issues debated at Senate.
Arts and Humanities Faculty Officer
Arts and Humanities Postgraduate Research Officer
Arts and Humanities Postgraduate Taught Officer
Athletic Union Officer
Engineering and Physical Sciences Faculty Officer
Engineering and Physical Sciences Postgraduate Research Officer
Engineering and Physical Sciences Postgraduate Taught Officer
Environment and Life Sciences Faculty Officer
Environment and Life Sciences Postgraduate Research Officer
Environment and Life Sciences Postgraduate Taught Officer
Joint Honours Officer
Medicine Faculty Officer (MedSoc Vice President)
Performing Arts Officer
Social Sciences Faculty Officer
Sports Participation Officer
Volunteering and Fundraising Officer
Chair of Senate