Next Event – Extraordinary General Meeting

UCL Conservatives will be holding an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) for members of the Society elect new members to the Committee, get suggestions from Members for the running of the Society and hear a report from the President on the year so far and months to come.

The EGM will be held on Tuesday January 17th at 5.30pm in the CSC, Second Floor, UCL Bloomsbury.
(We have yet to confirm the exact room but check on Facebook, Twitter or here for final room details.) 

Nominations have been opened up to Society Members, and there are two Committee positions up for grabs next Tuesday:
Freshers’ Rep (open to first-years only)
Postgraduate & Alumni Officer (final-years/finalists and PG only)

Candidates must nominate themselves, and do so by filling in the specific forms. They have been sent out in Society GroupSpaces mailout – in both Word or PDF format.
If you have not received either the email or forms, or wish to know more info on what the positions entail, do contact our President, Sam Firth on

The deadline for nominations and joining is FRIDAY 13TH JANUARY at 12 MIDDAY. Strictly only members of the Society can stand for election. Find details below on how to join.

We will email you later in the week when we have more details on both the room booking and details of our ‘The Iron Lady’ social taking place on either Tuesday or Wednesday, and will be confirmed ASAP.

–>How am I supposed to nominate myself?
Electronically fill in the relevant form and send it to Sam on the above email, or physically fill it in and hand it into the UCLU Conservative Society tray at the CSC Reception, 2nd Floor UCL Bloomsbury Theatre Building.

–>How do I join the Society?
Escape having to pay entry to general events by joining the Society for a bargain price of £7.50. To join the Society, you can register in 2 ways:
(1) Offline, at the CSC, 2nd Floor, UCL Bloomsbury Building
(2) Online, at (Log in using UCL ID details)

–>If you wish to sign-up to our mailout, visit

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