Bradford College Students’ Union is a democratic organisation.
This means that we are led by you, our members, and each year a group of students are elected to become the Student Executive Committee. As all Bradford College students over 16 are members of the Students' Union, all members can vote and have a say in what happens.
The elected students lead the Union on behalf of all students at the College. They make decisions about how the Union operates and the kind of activities that the Union organises and supports. They lead campaigns to improve the lives of students at the College and work with the College’s management team to make changes in the interest of students.
THe Executive Committee is led by the President, a student who takes a break from their studies for one year to lead the Union and its volunteer student officers. These officers and the Union as a whole are held to account by the Student Parliament, led by an independent student Chair and with student representatives from all parts of College. The President for the 2017-2018 year is Wass Siddique.
The President, the Executive, and the Parliament are all based in the Students' Union Office, Ground Floor, David Hockney Building. If you’re not sure who you want to contact, you can email [email protected] and it will be passed on to the right person.