Hugh Baird College

Student Governor Nominations

Do you want to have influence in College and learn some really useful career and life skills at the same time?

What does a Student Governor do?

Student Governors represent the views of students on the College’s Governing Body (known as the Corporation). The Corporation sets out the strategic direction of the College and is made up of people from a variety of backgrounds and sectors. It usually meets 7 times per year at College on Wednesday evenings and holds an Annual Planning Conference in February which you would attend. Student Governors are elected by students and are independent members of the Corporation and its Committees.

How do I become a Student Governor?

If you are interested in becoming a Student Governor, please fill in the nomination form below. You will need to ask two other students to support your nomination. The closing date for nominations is 10am on Monday 22 September 2021.

Nomination Form

    Your full name:

    The course you are studying:

    Your student number (from your ID badge):

    Your mobile number:

    Your email address:

    Your first supporter

    Their full name:

    The course they are studying:

    Their student number:

    Their mobile number:

    Their email address:

    Your second supporter

    Their full name:

    The course they are studying:

    Their student number:

    Their mobile number:

    Their email address:

    What happens next?

    We will hold a ballot where students can vote to choose their preferred two Student Governors. Good luck!

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