What is Welfare & Community Zone?

Welfare & Community Zone is a core democratic function of the Students' Union where a group of elected student representatives discuss, ideas and policy proposals relating student wellbeing on campus and in the wider UCL community.

The Equity & Inclusion Officer is the Chair of Welfare & Community Zone. If you would like to ask the Equity & Inclusion Officer a question at an upcoming Welfare & Community Zone, or if you would like to arrange a time to meet with them please complete this form here.

All students can attend these meetings and suggest ideas, but only elected representatives have the ability to vote on policy.

Welfare and Community Zone meetings take place 5 times each academic year.

Who are the members of Activities Zone?

Welfare Representatives
- Sports clubs (4)
- Societies (4)

How do I submit a policy proposal or an item for discussion for an upcoming Welfare & Community Zone?

Please complete our 'Submit an Idea' form here.

If you need any support writing your proposal you can view our online guide here.

What policies have previously been passed?

You can find all of the policy proposals that have been passed here.

What has previously been discussed in Welfare & Community Zone Meetings?

Minutes and papers from 2023-24 Academic Year

1) - WCZ2301

2) - WCZ2302

3) - WCZ2303

4) - WCZ2304

5) - WCZ2305

Minutes and papers from 2022-23 Academic Year

1) - WCZ2201

2) - WCZ2202

3) - WCZ2203

4) - WCZ2204

5) - WCZ2205

Minutes and papers from 2021-22 Academic Year

1) - WCZ2101

2) - WCZ2102

3) - WCZ2103

4) - WCZ2104

5) - WCZ2105

When are the Welfare & Community Zone Meetings in the 2023/24 Academic Year?

Further Information

If you would like to speak about Welfare & Community Zone in more detail or if you have any specific questions that have not been answered on this page, please contact our team at [email protected]