Every year, you (the students!) elect over 20 Student Representatives to represent all 18,000+ students at Stirling in the next academic year to the University and beyond. From part-time Volunteer Officers in each of the Zones to four, full-time, paid Sabbatical Officers.

Students will be able to vote in the Spring Elections between 10am, 27th February to 5pm, 29th February. 

In the 2024 Spring Elections, we'll be electing over 20 students to represent all University of Stirling students in the 2024/25 academic year as a part-time, Volunteer Officer or as a paid, full-time Sabbatical Officer.

Students can find out more information about what positions are being elected through the 'Stand' page. Students standing for a position can find further support through the 'Candidate Support' page.

Voting for the Spring Elections will run between 10am Tuesday 27th February 2024 until 5pm Thursday 29th February 2024. During the voting period, students can find out more about the candidates and vote through the 'Voting and Results' page.

The Results will then be announced on the 1st of March 2024 in-person, and available online through the 'Voting and Results' page shortly afterwards.

Meet your 2024 Spring Election Candidates!

Make sure you're logged into the website, and click 'Candidate List' to view the Candidates and their manifestos.

Election Explainer! Manifestos are statements directly from candidates where they can explain why they reckon you should vote for them. 

Students' Union Spring Elections 2024

Every year, you elect over 20 Student Representatives to represent all 18,000+ students at Stirling in the next academic year to the University and beyond. From part-time Volunteer Officers in each of the Zones to four, full-time, paid Sabbatical Officers.

18 posts are up for election.

Nominations are now closed.

The polls open at 10:00 on Tuesday 27 February 2024 (in 4 days and 6 hours)

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.
Candidate List
See who's running for each post and read their manifestos.

General Election Questions or Access Problems

If you have any general questions about the Elections or are have any issues accessing the forms, nomination portal or voting, or wish to raise a complaint in accordance with the Election Regulations, please contact Natalie Hay, Deputy Returning Officer, at natalie.hay@stir.ac.uk and she will assist you as soon as possible.

Election Support

 

Visit the pages below for more information on nominating, voting and support for candidates.