An AGM is the Annual General Meeting. It is where the Board of Trustees present all the business of the Student’s Association to its members for the previous year and reflects on progress towards the strategic aims of the association.

 
 

The Board of Trustees is made up of student and non-student trustees. This includes the President and Vice President of the Students' Association, two external trustees who come from outside the University and four student trustees. This makes the Board of Trustees 75% students. Our board of trustees must have a 50:50 gender balance.

 
 

The Board of Trustees have overall legal responsibility for the Association, ensuring that it is operating within the governance of our constitution and oversees the main strategic and operational functions of the association; this includes staff, budgets and continuity through transitions of elected representatives. The trustees go through all business in the AGM and make sure that the Students Association stands up to its charitable aims and obligations. For more information about what trustees do please visit oscr.org.uk

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