Friday 19 March 2021 at 4pm - 6pm




Aberdeen University Students' Association's Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2021 will be held online on Friday, 19th March at 4pm on Microsoft Teams. 

Head over to our AGM page to see all the reading materials, including the agenda, minutes of the previous meeting and submitted motions. 

AUSA's Annual General Meeting (AGM) provides a chance for students to learn about the achievements of AUSA and the Trustee Board during the previous academic year, how the Association has been doing financially and what it will do in the future. AGM also ensures that all students have an opportunity to vote on policy matters within the Association.  

The AGM has a statutory business that must be completed as per the constitution. You can submit motions to be debated and voted on following the completion of statutory business at the meeting. You can submit a motion before 5pm on the 11th of March. Do you need help with your motion? Email our AUSA Reps team.  


Important Information:

  • Please note only email address will be allowed access to the event.
  • Please note you will be put into a lobby before a member of staff will approve you into the meeting. This may take a couple of minutes so don’t panic if you are unable to join the meeting instantly.
  • We ask that you please keep your camera off when you are not speaking
  • The AGM Chat will only be enabled during the live Q&A sections
  • Please read the event rules which can be found below

If you are having any issues getting into the event, please try the following:

  • Often Teams meetings work best on a desktop/PC/laptop
  • Copy and paste link into your browser -
  • If you don’t have the Teams app, select "watch on web instead”
  • If you have an account and Microsoft Teams app, select "Launch it now"
  • If you are still having issues, please email and we will try our best to resolve the issue ASAP


AGM Event Conduct

AUSA is committed to ensuring that all of our events and processes are safe, accessible and welcoming to students, in which no forms of discrimination or offensive behaviour will be tolerated. During this event, we expect all students to always do the following:


  • To be aware of the connotations of their language. Many common expressions use discriminatory language or appeal to offensive stereotypes, and these should be avoided.
  • To not make assumptions about anyone else’s gender, preferred pronouns, sexual orientation, abilities, ethnic identity, survivor status or life experiences and to never be derogatory or dismissive about these things.
  • Be conscious and considerate to all students and staff involved in the event.




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