Any student can submit, upvote or down vote an idea to direct the work of your Students’ Union. If you have an idea about how to make Undeb Bangor (Your Students’ Union), the University or the community better for students, then you can submit an idea belowMake sure you outline the title of the idea clearly and then in the description what you want and why you want it.

Once you've submitted your idea you need to get students' support behind it, so make sure you share it with your peers, pop it on social media etc. If students like ideas, they can upvote them. The top 5 highest ranked ideas will go to the next Undeb Bangor Council (UBC), meeting and the proposers will be invited along to speak about them. The ideas are then debated and UBC decides whether to take them forward and if they should become Undeb Bangor policy.

Passed ideas become democratic policies of Undeb Bangor. Depending on the idea they may become policies that ensure Undeb Bangor; takes a certain stance on an issue; holds a certain position, belief or value; has a commitment to do things in a certain way; or a mandate to campaign or take action on a particular issue.

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Ideas approved before 05/02/18 will be considered for the next meeting.

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  • 35 score
    39 voters

    Free Printing credit for students


      What do you want?

      Students should be provided with printing credit which can be used to print academic material from the university printers without paying for each paper individually. This can be renewed either weekly, monthly, or every fortnight. The renewal can be negotiated further along with the printing credit amount. 

      Why do you want it?

      For many, learning visually is more effective. It would be very useful if printing out notes to study from was possible without paying for each paper. Sometimes having visual notes is essential, and writing them all out by hand may not be feasible (for some diagrams for example), but it is currently too costly to print anything out. Printing out notes can be more efficient too, as it can be more compact and use up less paper as opposed to writing and drawing everything out by hand.

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    Fang Qiao
    9:10pm on 20 Oct 19 I like the idea

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