Elections In Bradford College

Bradford College Students’ Union is a democratic organisation. This means that we are led by you, our members, and each year a group of students are elected to become the Student Executive Committee and the Student Parliament.

All Bradford College students aged 16+ who have not opted out of the SU can vote and have a say in what happens.

You can see the next election (to be announced) and the most recent election results through this page.

Elections In Bradford District

Register to vote:

You'll need your National Insurance number to register online.

If you're a student with a home address and a Bradford address, you can register to vote in both places. Find out more about this here.

What do the Students' Union elections do?

The students who win the elections lead the Union on behalf of all of the students at the College. They make decisions about the way the Union operates and the kind of activities that the Union organises and supports. They lead campaigns to improve the lives of students at the College and work with the College’s management team to make changes in the interest of students.

The President and Vice-President are full-time roles with students who win the elections taking a paid break from their studies for one year (July to June) to lead the Union. The President and Vice-President are based in the Students’ Union Office, David Hockney Building. We also have part-time officers who volunteer to work on projects, events, and activities, alongside their studies.

Ballot paper