It is the final chance for Salford students to vote for the Health and Society officer and win £50 theatre tickets.
The ballot will close at 4pm today when the University of Salford Student’s Union votes will be counted.
To encourage people to vote, the Union are giving away four £50 ATG theatre tickets that can be used at hundreds of theatres across the country.
They say: “We want to get you back out there experiencing the amazing arts and culture our city has to offer and all you need to do to enter is vote before 4pm today.”
With theatres provisionally confirmed to be reopening from May 17, these tickets will be in high demand as the country begins to ease out of lockdown.
The successful candidate will represent students in the School of Health and Society.
The Union states the electee will: “lead the campaigns, democracy, and representation in the above school, working with student reps and schools reps to identify and campaign on issues that matter to students.
“They will lead on education or academic developments within their school in conjunction with the other elected officers.”
Here’s the list of candidates:
Jessica Andreas, a 3rd year psychology student.
Jessica Wilkinson, a BSc Counselling and Psychotherapy student who is running for re-election as the current Health and Society Officer.
Solomon Jegede, who is “taking concerted action to improve health and social care in Salford University.”
Ramy Ahmed, a 2nd year Criminology and Sociology student.
Suleiman Zakariya, who says: “To celebrate wellbeing, you have to ‘BE MORE, DO MORE’”
Cynthia Onyemuwa, a registered Nurse Midwife, and a top-up undergraduate student of nursing.
With just a few hours remaining, vote now for the chance to win.