The Union is run based on your feedback and suggestions, so if you like something we do, or you think we’re not getting it quite right – tell us! For general improvements, the best way to get your voice heard is by contacting your Full-Time Sabbatical Officers directly, getting in touch with us on Twitter @yoursusu, or via Facebook (SUSU, The Union Winchester pages). Alternatively, you can submit a question or feedback via You Make Change on our website. This is a great format which allows all questions to be publicly displayed on the website with responses … Read the rest
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SUSU Brand Review Update
We have had an overwhelming response with the Brand Review survey. Over 2,000 of you have told us what you think about the SUSU brand. Today is the final day of the survey, so if you haven’t filled it out yet, make sure you do! Your views on this are vital. Our brand is about how you as our audience see, talk about and experience the Students’ Union.
Fill out the survey here.
So what now?
The brand review is not just asking you what you think about our logo. We want to get enough … Read the rest
As you may have heard, we are in the middle of our brand review, which means that we are reviewing the way the SUSU brand looks and feels.
We want you to be central to this process, so we are asking as many of you as possible to complete our short survey to let us know what you think about the SUSU brand.
The more of you who complete it, the more likely it is that we can make the Students’ Union relevant to you, no matter who you are and what you study!
Fill it out here and tell … Read the rest
You may remember our blog about Grad Ball, where we announced a student consultation survey to allow you to have your say about what you prioritise at a good party? Well, we have collated your responses, which we will use to inform how we organise your Grad Ball.
But, we want your help!
We are keen to give you reign of this event, so we want to you to have a thorough level of consultation.
If you want an opportunity to join a committee to help us make key decisions about the Ball to give you a proper send-off … Read the rest
Approved at Union Council last Monday, we will be holding a referendum on Friday 30th October for students to decide whether they want the Hartley Library at Highfield campus to be open 24 hours a day, year-round.
In response to the increased student intake and in order to ‘reduce library overcrowding’, the University has planned to begin 24-hour opening of the Hartley Library from 2 November 2015 to 5 June 2016. The referendum is a response to the lack of student consultation carried about by the University. The last student consultation on a 24-hour library was run in 2013, when … Read the rest