What is Student Council?
The Student Council is made up of 50 students who discuss and vote on UL Student Life policy. As the representative group of all UL students they direct Executive on what work to carry out. Council meets every second Tuesday at 6pm.
Council members are UL students, 25 are elected Department Representatives for each of UL’s academic departments, and 15 are Interest Group Representatives with particular responsibility for specific student life and welfare areas.
The 11 Executive members attend Council. Only the volunteer Executive members have a vote. The President, Welfare and Academic student officers do not have a vote.
A list of all positions on the Student Council is available in the Student Representation Handbook
Library Boardroom dates for our Student Council meetings
Times: From 6pm – 8pm
Tuesday of Week 2 – (4th February)
Tuesday of Week 4 – (18th February)
Tuesday of Week 6 – (3rd March)
Tuesday of Week 8 – (18th March)
Tuesday of Week 10 – (31st March)
Further Information and Nomination Form
If you’d like more information about becoming a Student Council member download our ‘Student Representation Handbook’Student Representation Handbook (195 downloads)
Ready to take the plunge? Download the ‘Student Council Nomination Form’
Or pick up a nomination form the Student Centre, fill out the form and make sure to hand it back into the Student Centre, at either reception or into the Leadership and Representation office.
Department Reps: Get your form signed by 10 proposers and 20 seconders from your Department.
Interest Group Reps: Get your form signed by any 10 proposers and 20 seconders.
Faculty Reps: They are elected from sitting department reps on Student Council
Nominations open week 6 in Semester 2 and roll over until all the positions are filled.
Current Student Council Vacancies 2019-2020
If you are interested in any of the vacant positions please contact: StudentReps@ul.ie.