NUS Charity Board

The NUS SU Charitable Services Board (NUS Charity Board) is one of the 7 legal entities which makes up the NUS Group. You can see the structure of the NUS Group here.

The NUS Charity Board is responsible for the management and administration of the Charity and provides leadership and oversight of the long-term Supporting Students’ Unions plans and work and ensure appropriate oversight of the delivery of the operating plans and KPIs that underpin the overall aims and objectives.

This Board is made up of:

  • VP Union Development
  • 3 NUS UK Officer Trustees
  • 2 SU officer Trustees (UK Board)
  • 3 SU staff Trustees
  • 1 NUS UK Lay Trustee
  • 1 External Trustee

You can see who they are for the current year here and you can find out how to get involved on the Get Involved pages.

What happens at meetings?

At each meeting the Board will receive updates on the progress and actions against the Supporting Students’ Unions plan. There will be an update on the discussion and actions of the Audit and Risk Committee and the Human Resources Committee.

These two committees manage and monitor the organisation’s finances and risk all matters relating to human resources across the whole NUS Group.

The Deputy Chief Executive of Influence, Insight and Student Voice provides the Board with an update on their work and the main priorities of the NUS Charity work and projects.

What is coming next?

Meetings for 2017/18

  • 5 September 2017
  • 21 November 2017
  • 30 January 2018
  • 22 May 2018

What has happened at past meetings?

A summary of the most important decisions and reports is distributed after each round of bouard and committee meetings throughout the year. These summaries can be found here.

If you have any further questions about the NUS UK Board, then please contact the governance team:

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