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Democracy and <br>having your say


E-petitions is an online tool that allows you, the students, to easily voice your opinions to the Students' Union and potentially change Union policy. Petitions can be concerning any aspect of university life, enabling us as a Union to understand the key issues that affect the student body of the University of Surrey today.

Simply log into the Union website and click the link below to submit a petition. All petitions can be 'liked', and those that reach 50 likes will be discussed at the next Exec meeting.

Submit you petition, 'like' it, then get out on campus and encourage others to do so too! The more 'likes' that your petition receives, the more weigh it will have if it reached Exec. So get petitioning!​

​Click here to submit a E-petition

Front Room No Alcohol PolicyWith there already being areas on campus where alcohol can be consumed (e.g. Wates Brothers and Hari's Bar) with alcohol consumption also being allowed in court reception communal areas there is a definite absence of space in which students whom are uncom515/09/2016
Graduation PricesThe matter is the fact that we have to pay a fee of £45 to hire (not buy) our graduation robe AND that staff have failed to clearly mention this to students. I do not think it is affordable for students to pay this amount of money for a garment, especiall2315/04/2017
Make Degree Grades AccessibleSITS should display your current average mark for your degree clearlyOR AT LEASTThere should be a guided talk to your programme handbook to explain how to calculateyour current degree classification.427/08/2017
More BinsThere should be more bins on the general campus outside areas for general waste. 326/08/2017
No Assessments in Reading Week This is a petition to ask the University of Surrey to remove all assessments from reading week from the academic year 2017/18 onwards. This is on the basis that those students who have assessments in week 15, are less able to participate in the broad ran6804/12/2016
Standardise Printing CreditsThe university should standardise the number of printing credits provided to each student. Presently the system is dependent on the department, some students receive £10, others are given unlimited printing credits. This standardised system must take into2804/12/2016
​Union website is not frequently updated enough and it's really old and need remodelling.109/11/2017