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July 9, 2007 | by  | in News |
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Vic seeking feedback on Student Union Strategic Plan

Reviewing the bar’s existence, jazzing up the quad and improving use of campus open spaces are initiatives the University is seeking student feedback on, as part of finalising the Joint Student Union Board’s (JSUB) Strategic Plan.


The University is asking students how the Student Union can have a greater role in offering activities and opportunities to students, and make better use of University spaces, including informal social spaces around campus.

One goal of the Strategic Plan is for students to have “memorable social, recreational, cultural and sporting experiences as part of a healthy and balanced life that encourages independence and leadership.”

The Draft Strategic Plan can be viewed online at the Salient website, www.Salient.org.nz, or a copy may be requested from the Student Union, Level 1, Student Union Building.

Feedback should be sent to student_union@vuw.ac.nz or The Manager, Student Union, PO Box 600, Wellington. The deadline for feedback is August 9.

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