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Voting closes at 12pm on Thursday 29th February. By voting you are entered into a prize draw to win an air fryer, polaroid camera, waterproof speaker, or vouchers for Kona!

How to vote

  1. Log in to the website using your university single-sign-on.
  2. Read the manifesto for each candidate.
  3. Vote for candidates by ranking them in the order that you want them to win, with number 1 as your top choice. You need to type the numbers into the spaces.
  4. Click the 'no further preferences' button then the 'cast vote' button.
  5. You need to vote for all the roles you are eligible to vote for and click the final submit vote button.

Sabbatical Officer Elections 2024

This election is for the 2024/25 SU sabbatical officers, who are elected to work full-time representing students at every level of decision-making in the Universities, and decide the direction The Union will take. The SU sabbatical officers lead the political direction of The SU and campaign on behalf of students to ensure positive change on anything that affects student life.

3 posts are up for election.

The polls have closed.

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.
Candidate List
See who ran for each post and read their manifestos.

Why should I vote in the elections?

The SU Sabbatical Elections are held annually, giving you, the students, an opportunity to elect your new Presidents. The Sabbaticals lead SU activity and represent students’ views and opinions for the coming academic year. Voting is important because you get your voice heard!

Voting is open from Monday 26 February to Thursday 29 February.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you've never been involved in a Students' Union election before, you might want to know more about how it all works.

What is STV?


Who is R.O.N?

R.O.N stands for Re-Open Nominations, and is a valid option for all roles in our Sabbatical Election. The purpose of R.O.N is to give all students an alternative option if they do not feel that there is a candidate who represents them effectively, has a manifesto they support or if they feel that none of the candidates are a viable option to get elected.


Terms and Conditions for voting prizes

  • By voting you will be automatically entered into a prize draw at 12pm on each day of voting, with the final deadline of 12pm Thursday 29 February 2024.
  • Prizes will be announced each day on the SU Instagram page.
  • By voting you are consenting for us to contact you if you are a winner and share your information with prize draw partners.
  • Winners will be contacted by their university email address by 8 March 2024.
  • You will only be eligible to win one prize.
  • Competition only open to current members of Falmouth & Exeter Students’ Union.
  • This competition is in no way affiliated with Facebook or Instagram.
  • The SU will not be held liable if the named prize becomes unavailable or cannot be fulfilled.
  • Prizes are non-negotiable, non-transferable and non-refundable. No cash alternative is available. Where a prize becomes unavailable for any reason, The SU reserves the right to substitute that prize for a prize of equal or higher value.
  • The SU reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the competition or these terms and conditions, either in whole or in part, with or without notice.
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