Cambridge SU Lent Elections

The Lent Elections are your opportunity to vote in your new student leaders of Cambridge SU, or stand to be one of them. We are electing a team of 8 Sabbatical Officers to lead Cambridge SU, a University Councillor, and Portfolio Officers to join the Exec.

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President (UG)

The President (UG) is the lead representative of all undergraduate students at the University.
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President (PG)

The President (PG) is the lead representative of all postgraduate students at the University.
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Access, Education & Participation Officer (PG)

The Access, Education and Participation Officer (PG) is the lead officer for Postgraduate students on issues surrounding their educational experience at university, equal participation of all Postgraduate students in university life, and fair access to Postgraduate study at the University.
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Access, Education & Participation Officer (UG)

The Access, Education and Participation Officer (UG) is the lead officer for Undergraduate students on issues surrounding their educational experience at university, equal participation of all Undergraduate students in university life, and fair access to Undergraduate study at the University.
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BME Officer

The Black & Minority Ethnic Officer is the lead representative for BME students at the University, and head of the SU BME Campaign.
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Disabled Students' Officer

The Disabled Students’ Officer is the lead representative for disabled students at the University and the head of the Disabled Students' Campaign.
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Welfare & Community Officer

The Welfare & Community Officer is the lead officer for all students on issues relating to their mental, physical and social wellbeing, and students’ rights. This includes issues related to accommodation and housing.
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Women's Officer

The Women’s Officer is the lead representative for women students at the University of Cambridge and students for whom “woman” forms a part of their gender identity, and the head of the Women's Campaign.
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Double Time Officer

The Double Time Officer sits on the SU Executive Committee and represents students who are studying their course over a longer period of time as an Adjusted Mode of Assessment (AMA), usually for health reasons.
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Families Officer

The Families Officer sits on the SU Executive Committee and represents students who have the responsibilities of a parent or guardian of a child.
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Mature Students' Officer

The Mature Students' Officer represents mature students on the SU Executive Committe. A mature student is defined as someone who was 22 or more years old when starting an undergraduate course, or 26 or more years old when starting a postgraduate course.
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Part-Time Students' Officer

The Part Time Students' Officer represents students who study part time on the SU Executive Committe. This must be a course defined as PT by the University; students who study a course which is ordinarily full-time over a longer period are represented by the Double Time Officer.
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University Councillor

This role is the third student member of University Council, alongside the SU Presidents. University Council is the trustee board of the University, which is legally responsible for its running. The University Councillor is not an SU role, but the SU conducts elections on behalf of the University.
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