Come to the Guild's AGM!

You’re invited to come to our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and enjoy a glass of bubbles and refreshments* as you hear about what the Guild has been up to over the past year.

Join us in Devonshire House on Monday the 4th of December 2023, between 18:30 and 20:00.

If you’re a student at Exeter, then we’re your student union and our entire purpose is to help you love your time at Exeter. We’re led by students, for students like you. That’s why, every year, we have our AGM as one way to ensure students know what we’re doing for them.

Whether you’re unsure what the Guild actually is, or you’re already pretty clued up – this event is for you. This is your chance to hear about the impact we’re making for students and what we spend our money on.

Our officers and trustees will be on hand to answer any of your questions, and you’ll also be able to meet with our staff teams to learn about and shape the work they do for students.

Are you thinking about putting yourself forward in our student elections? This will be an ideal opportunity to understand how the Guild works from the inside as you prepare your campaign. Are you a society or community leader? This will be a great chance to shape the work we do for you. Or maybe you’re still finding your feet in student life – this event is for you too!

To get your free ticket, head over to Fixr.

We look forward to seeing you!

Find out more…

The AGM (also called the Student Members’ Meeting) will be run in accordance with our Articles and Byelaws and will be chaired by one of our Guild Advisory Board members.

Topics to be covered in the initial presentation will include: ratification of the AGM 2022 minutes, a report from the trustees, presenting the financial accounts, approving the Guild’s affiliations, and open questions to the trustees. Following the presentation, students are invited to explore Devonshire House and meet with our trustees, officers, and staff teams.

If you have any questions about this event, get in touch!


*We’ll be serving free food and drink at this event. The food will include meat, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. The drinks will include alcoholic and alcohol-free options.

There is wheelchair access. There is padded seating, an accessible toilet, a gender-neutral toilet, a designated quiet space (Exehale), general car parking, and blue badge parking. There isn't a hearing loop, or a BSL interpreter.

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