The University of South Wales Students’ Union Annual General Meeting takes place every year and all students are invited and encouraged to attend. If you are a student at USW then you are automatically a member of the Students’ Union.


Whether it is debating and adopting policy or mandating the Exec Officers to campaign on specific issues, the AGM is an opportunity for you to have your say on the direction of the Students’ Union.

As well as this, the AGM is an opportunity for students to scrutinise the work of elected officers and to ensure that they are fulfilling the promises they made during their election campaign. The Board of Trustees also submits a report which means you will be able to see how decision-making at every level of the Students’ Union has impacted on you, the student body.

Decisions made at AGM can have a massive impact on your experience as a student, so make sure you come along and have your say.



This year's AGM will take place on Thursday 24th January 2019 at 6pm in Eclipse at the Students' Union in Treforest. Please make sure you bring your Student ID card on the day. 

The AGM is open to all USW students, you do not have to have been previously involved in any Union activities. Pre-register for the AGM below, doing so will ensure speedy entry, front row seats and perhaps extra leg room! All students requiring free transport from Cardiff and Newport must register online before 5pm on the 22nd January.




The Students’ Union is a democratic organisation whose actions are shaped by student Officers and student-created policy. Since every student at USW is a member of USWSU, every USW student may propose an idea. So if there is something that matters to you, submit an idea, have it debated, and wait for the outcome.  

If you want to bring about change in your Union or University, you can write an idea and propose it to be adopted as policy or as a call to action. All ideas must be submitted by 12pm on the 10th of January, find out how by clicking the button below.


AGM 2016

Read more about the 2016 AGM in our blog


AGM 2015