Student Voice Forum

Student Voice Forum
Thursday 29 October 2020
1pm - 2pm
Microsoft Teams

A meeting of the Student Voice Forum of RGU:Union is to be held on the 29th October 2020 on Microsoft Teams.

Student Voice is a key representative forum of RGU:Union. It is a group of students who get together throughout the year to debate on ideas, direct and question elected Presidents and Vice Presidents, and discuss and campaign on issues about students' experiences at RGU. Student Voice is an opportunity for students to share their views and contribute to the direction of the work of the Union. The meetings will provide updates on the work of elected representatives and RGU:Union, along with it shall presenting, discussing and voting on student ideas and issues.

The meeting shall be chaired by Jordan Moore, President (Sport and Physical Activity), and all members are invited to speak or raise points at the meeting. Key areas discussed at the meetings shall be university life around studies, facilities, services as well as student life, around living in the community, accommodation and more.


















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