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July 11, 2011 | by  | in News |
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VUWSA on the strat and narrow

VUWSA will be developing a strategic plan during Trimester two, giving it a solid direction which will ultimately influence any future changes.

VUWSA president, Seamus Brady said they wanted “both the process and the final document to be clear, accessible and easy for you to get involved with, so we can achieve what we all want – a world class student experience and a strong students’ association at Victoria.”

The process will be staged, and give multiple chances for students to provide input. Following a student workshop on the 18th July, a draft outlining VUWSA’s purpose, mission, vision and goals will be submitted to the executive for feedback and approval.

It will then be open to further student consultation and executive approval before being voted upon in a student referendum during the VUWSA elections in September.

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