Elections

We elect students every year to direct the work we do. Find out more, nominate yourself, or vote in our election. Have your say and change your Students’ Union for the better!

Keele SU is proud to be a student led organisation. The most exciting part of this, you as students, get to choose who leads your union. Every student at Keele has the right to put themselves forward for a leadership position within their Students’ Union! Remember every student at Keele has the right to STAND, VOTE and CHANGE their Union!

Voting for the 2024 Keele SU Elections opens on 28th February. This is your chance to make a difference and have your say on who should lead your union!
We'll be electing the following roles:

Development and Democracy Officer | Education Officer | Wellbeing Officer | Experience and Community Officer

Any student can put themselves forward and all students will be able to vote for these roles. Officers will hold their role from July 2024-June 2025, and be supported by an amazing team of SU Staff and their fellow Officers! For more information, visit our Officer Roles page, or Candidate Resources page, below, or get in touch with any of our officers.

Keele SU Elections 2024

Keele SU is run by students, for students, and every year at Keele SU we hold elections so that you can decide on a team of student officers to lead Keele SU for the next academic year. You can become a candidate in the Keele SU Elections by submitting a nomination here. Find more information about these roles by clicking 'Post List' below! Nominations are open until the 14th February at 5pm. Voting is open from the 28th February at 9am and closes on the 1st March at 1pm with results announced at 7pm.

4 posts are up for election.

Nominations are now closed.

The polls open at 09:00 on Wednesday 28 February 2024 (in 5 days and 10 hours)

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.

Looking for Autumn Elections Results? Click here for a full breakdown.

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