This is the document that sets out how the Union is run, who its membership is and most importantly what its charitable aims are.
The bye laws are a set of rules and regulations about how we get things done, for examples how elections are run or our council meetings
Sometimes our members act out of character and –potentially do things that bring the Union into disrepute, this document sets out the process for dealing with these rare instances
Code of Conduct
Every student is a member DSU and as such we expect a certain level of behaviour that is outlined in this document
Delegation of Authority
Students’ Unions are complicated organisations ad this document sets out how decisions are made and by whom within the organisation. It sets out the decision making framework between students, officers, staff and trustees
The Union sets out its long term aims every three or four years, what we want to achieve to enhance the student experience for students at De Montfort University. This is our strategic plan.
Impact Report and Audited Accounts
Every year the Union is required to show how we spend the money we receive from the university and how the work we do positively impacts all of our members. We show this through our Impact Report and Audited Accounts.
2015/16 Impact Report
2014/15 Impact Report
2013/14 Impact Report
2012/13 Impact Report
2015 Audited Accounts
2014 Audited Accounts
2013 Audited Accounts
As well as our regular council meetings, we also hold Annual General Meetings. These are an opportunity for our members to see what the union and our trustees have delivered that year and hold the union to account
2015 AGM Minutes
2014 AGM Minutes
2013 AGM Minutes
With 70 staff, numerous departments and representation structures, it is often easier to understand this via an organisational diagram.