The management of the Unions affairs is conducted on four levels. Referendum, General Meeting, Union Council and Union Executive
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The following are the aims and objectives and Union structure contained in this Constitution.
- To represent and defend its members on matters affecting their rightsand interests as students of the college and as citizens.
- To act as a channel of communication between its members and the college and other bodies.
- To promote the collective and individual participation of students in their own education and welfare and to provide information.
- To enter into and, as far as possible, to promote communication with other student bodies at home and abroad.
- To provide and manage viable and quality social, recreational and commercial services designed to meet students needs and shall seek to develop and expand these services.
- The Union opposes discrimination on the grounds of gender, age, sexual orientation, race, physical ability, religion, socio-economic status or national origin, which directly affects its members.
- The Union shall be accountable to the students it represents.
- The Union recognises the importance of the Irish Language and will strive to promote, develop and pursue a bilingual policy as far as is practicable but without disrupting the essential work of the Union.
- The Union shall keep itself informed of developments and issues in the field of education, academic or otherwise, with a view to the ongoing formulation of policy.