UKC Student Rep Elections: Results
After four days of voting, Kent Union have released the results of the 2014 Student Rep Elections, which showcased hopeful candidates representing an array of different roles across the university.
The results of the annual Kent Union student elections have been announced by Kent Union, following four days of online voting, which opened on 19 May and closed on 23 May 2014.
The elections received the highest ever turnout for Part Time Officer and Student Trustee elections. In total, 824 students voted, who casted 3,323 votes. 62 candidates nominated themselves for the 26 roles, and nominations were open for two and a half weeks, from 31 March to 16 May.
The results for the elections are as follows:
Ethnic Minorities Officer
Mature Students Officer
Students With Disabilities Officer
LGBT Officer (Open Place)
LGBT Officer (Women’s Place)
Students With Dependant Officer
International Students Officer
UG Humanities Faculty Rep
UG Science Faculty Rep
UG Social Science Faculty Rep
Eliot College Student Committee President
Rutherford College Student Committee President
Keynes College Student Committee President
Darwin College Student Committee President
Parkwood Student Committee President
Medway Student Committee President
University Council Representative
University Senate Representative
Rory Murray, who was elected as Student Trustee, said: “I feel privileged to have been elected to represent students at the highest level. I’m confident of making the changes I promised and can’t wait to get started.”