On 22 November, members of SUmmit met for the first meeting of 2022/23. SU Officers updated members of SUmmit on projects and topical issues, and three Standpoint proposals were discussed.
For one of the proposals discussed at the November meeting, SUmmit members agreed to request statements from the student body to measure student opinion on the matter.
Can any and all interested students provide statements of support, opposition, or neutrality relating to the following Standpoint proposal:
"The University should offer appropriate revision materials for different exam formats"
You can read the discussion by SUmmit members about this proposal in the minutes under item 5.2.
To submit your statement, please email email@example.com by 16 December. The statements will be collated anonymously and shared with the SUmmit committee to inform their vote at their next meeting.
SUmmit & Standpoint FAQs
- What is SUmmit? SUmmit is a committee made up of a range of student leaders and representatives across all areas of the SU. Its purpose is to set the political direction of The SU by voting on Standpoint proposals and to hold the SU Officers to account. Read more here.
- What is a Standpoint? A standpoint is a position that The SU adopts on a particular issue, topic, or aspect of University life. Standpoints do not bind The SU to any specific action, but they do demonstrate The SU's stances on a range of issues, and a stance can inform the actions of student leaders, officers or representatives. Read more here.
- What has happened at SUmmit so far? This is the second year SUmmit has existed and you can see all of our current Standpoints in our Standpoint Document.
- Can I submit a Standpoint proposal? Any student can submit a Standpoint proposal for SUmmit’s consideration and it is a really easy process, read more here.