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August 7, 2006 | by  | in News |
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Spam: In your Inbox

The annual VUWSA ‘SPAM’ survey was launched last week, aimed at improving the services VUWSA provides to students.

VUWSA President Nick Kelly says the final results of the survey will reveal gaps in the existing practices of the organisation. This in turn, will give an indication of services in need of improvement.

Kelly says that the survey reflects the voice of the students, providing them with a chance to have a say in matters concerning the services available at Victoria.

The survey has been upgraded from last year’s version in terms of content and design. Club’s Officer Melissa Barnard, who edited the survey questions, says the campus specific questions and sections only open to members of clubs will make sure that the survey targets people capable of giving a relevant response. The survey is open until 5pm on Friday 11 August.

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