Governance & Constitution

Our constitution is the document which sets out the principles by which TLSU is governed. The aims of TLSU as set out in our constitution are:

  • To promote the welfare and represent the interests of students of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
  • To facilitate the social, recreational and educational interests of the members (i.e. Trinity Laban students as defined in item 3 of the Constitution), through the provision of services and support.
  • To act as a recognised channel of communication between the members, the Governors, committees, senior managers of the Institution and other external bodies.
  • Foster and encourage freedom of speech and take measures to encourage and build a student community which celebrates the diversity of its members.
  • To act as a neutral apolitical organisation that will not engage with political activity to allow for inclusivity for all. As per the UK legal requirements