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We will support your transition to Staffs from the moment you make it your chosen path
We'll ensure you have a reason to want to get involved and feel a part of your Union, in an environment where all students can feel valued and safe to be themselves
We will extend your influence and opportunities into the community
Early intervention & co-ordinated support for students orientation and follow on journey through University
Showcase the wealth of opportunities and range of activities and events available at (and around) Staffs as a personalised and continuous “feed”.
Identify and minimise points of friction to involvement to improve the breadth of participation across the membership
Raise awareness of the diversity of the community at Staffs and educate on the cultural and social competency and behaviours of the membership to value and respect the inclusion of everyone
Work with partners to provide easy transition to accommodation that meets individual’s needs, through their time with Staffs.
Assure the quality, value and fairness of available accommodation and improve the perception of students as residents of the community.
Work with you to shape your learning experience and to shape every aspect of your students' union.
Empower the Student Voice through an informed, connected and evidence-led network of representatives that actively engages with relevant parties to develop continuous improvement to the student experience.
Continue to build and support student groups and networks to bring together students to pursue co-curricular and extra-curricular activities across and between campuses.
Expand the opportunities, beyond employed Team Members, for students to shape the delivery of services, through regular user forums, service ambassadors and event teams.
Implementation of a methodical and consistent service follow-up programme to measure and evaluate how well we are doing, across the Union services in delivering a quality and trusted experience for students.
This to be backed up with programmes to test and develop experience touchpoints.
Be a Students' Union you can always approach, seek advice from, and be confident you will be supported to find solutions to issues that get in the way of your experience
We will be transparent in our work; actions taken (or not), in relation to member feedback, will be clearly communicated in a timely way.
We will communicate clearly and regularly how we are representing students academic and wider interests.