Nominations Close at 2pm, Monday, 8th March 2021.

Running for Election? Fill out the Nomination Form HERE


Finding next years Officer Team is the most important task that we undertake as a Students' Union. There are various positions available and any registered student at TU Dublin can run for election, no matter what they're studying or what year they’re in. Your experience doesn't matter, all you need is a passion for student rights and a desire to make a difference.

Candidates put themselves forward and campaign to prove why they’d be perfect for their chosen role.

Every student at TU Dublin gets to vote for who they want to represent them and run their Union.

Hang on, What IS a Students' Union? TU Dublin SU is the representative body for almost 29,000 full and part time registered students of the Technological University Dublin. A strong Students’ Union is a fundamental part of your University experience.TU Dublin SU is made up of its members - our members are every single TU Dublin student. We work to improve the student experience, and we provide services to you that you won’t find anywhere else. 

From running campaigns and events to sitting on committees and TU Dublin Governing Body, every day our officers make a difference in your college experience - both in a visible and invisible way.


Important Dates

 Monday, 22nd Feb  Nominations Open
 Monday, 8th March  Nominations Close at 2pm
 Monday, 8th March  Election Candidates Meeting at 5pm
 Friday, 12th March   Deadline for Candidates husting* video submissions at 12pm
 15th - 19th March  Husting videos be published for full-time officers
 Monday, 15th March  Blanchardstown videos published 
 Tuesday, 16th March  Tallaght videos published
 Thursday, 18th March  President videos and Presidential Debate
 Friday, 18th March  City videos published
 Monday, 22nd March  Candidates Hustings
 Tuesday, 23rd March  Election Polling Days
 Wednesday, 24th March  Election Polling Days
 25th March  Election Count


*What is are hustings? a meeting at which candidates in an election address potential voters.

Important Documents

These documents will give you a clear idea of what is expected of each candidate, how you are expected to run your campaign and information around online campaigning. It's important that each candidate (and campaign manager if applicable) reads and familiarises themselves with these documents. 

To give you an idea of what it's like to be an elected officer with TU Dublin SU, have a look at our TU Dublin Official Elected Officer Handbook. It includes information on health and safety, hours of work, wages and office etiquette. 




Having a strong student voice has never been more important than now. So whether you're thinking of running for a position, getting in touch to ask a question or voting for who you want to represent you and run Your Union – we want to hear from you!

If you have any questions, get in touch with us at