Nominations closed on Monday, October 3rd at 5pm and voter registration closed on Tuesday, October 4th at 6pm. Elections took place between Wednesday, October 5th and Friday, October 7th. Results were announced on Saturday, October 8th.
Nominations opened on Tuesday, November 15th at 6pm and will close on Tuesday, November 29th at 6pm. To get on the ballot, you just need one other person in your constituency, i.e. class or school, to second your nomination.
Online elections will begin at 6pm Thursday, December 1st with the results announced on Saturday, December 3rd. An online voting form will be emailed to all postgraduate students at 6pm on Thursday, December 1st.
You will only be able to vote if you have registered to vote with TCDSU. Your class can’t elect you if they haven’t registered, so encourage them to do the same. Voter registration closes on Tuesday November 29th at 6pm.
Being a TCDSU Class Rep is a fun opportunity to gain new skills, meet new people & have a say in your academic experience here at Trinity. You will represent your class to your lecturers as well as at SU Council, Faculty Assembly, and School Executive meetings. Reps usually organise course hoodies or social events too. We are so happy to finally be able to invite Postgraduate students into the role. As a Graduate TCDSU Class Rep, you will have a say in what TCDSU does.
If you are an undergraduate who hasn't yet registered to vote, and wish to do so for the Sabbatical Elections in late February, don't worry! Voter registration for undergraduates will re-open in the coming weeks.