An AGM is a meeting which any member of the Students' Union (if you're a University of Sunderland student then you're a member!) can attend, at which the company's accounts and affiliations will be ratified by the members.
All students are encouraged to attend.
If you are a Trustee and you can't make the meeting but still want to have your say, you can register your vote on the proposed business by using a proxy vote.
This means that you agree to appoint Colin Ranshaw, Chair of the Board of Trustees as your proxy to vote on your behalf at the AGM or at any adjourned meeting, using your responses to the questions below.
To register a proxy vote, please email Marie Nixon (CEO) on email@example.com with details of your name, signature and a statement of intent, i.e. "I (your name) appoint (your proxy) to vote on my behalf at the USSU AGM dated 29 November 2017".
Please register for your Proxy vote before the time of the meeting.
Proxy voting is only available to Trustees. Student members should turn up to vote in this meeting.
To read the Students' Union Annual report and Financial statement for 2016/17, click here.
To learn more about the Students' Unions affiliations, click here.