There is an elected executive of two full time sabbatical officers. Each officer is responsible for a key area of the union and is elected for a one year term by a cross-campus ballot.
The main decision making body of the union is ULU Senate, with representatives from all University of London colleges. All commercial services of ULU operate to fund the union activities, so a pint in the bar directly funds your representation, your sports teams and your societies.
ULU Senate is the principle forum for debating and recommending strategy and for reporting on the activities and decisions of the Trustees and the organisation of the Union. For further information see point 7 in ULU's Constitution.
Notice of meetings must be sent out at least 21 days prior to the meeting. Any proposals must be submitted by noon at least 7 days prior to the meeting. Documentation sent out must be sent out the day after the receipt of proposals. Amendments must be submitted by noon the weekday before the meeting.
ULU has a board of Trustees which is made up of student and external trustees. They are:
1. Michael Chessum, ULU President
2. Daniel Cooper, ULU Vice-President
3. Craig Gent, Student Trustee
4. Luke Durrigan, Student Trustee
5. Stef Newton, Student Trustee
6. Maham Hashmi, Student Trustee
7. Stuart Deboos, External Trustee
8. Jodi Ekelchik, External Trustee
9. Mark Bery - University Head of College Representative
To find out more about what the roles and responsibilities of the Board of Trustees are, please visit the relevant governance section of the ULU Constitution.
To download the ULU Code of Practice, in compliance with the Education Act 1994, please click here.