RGU: Union Timetabling Feedback

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RGU Union are looking for students’ feedback about timetabling as part of plans to make improvements to their timetables.

A stall has been set up on Union Way where students can put forward their suggestions and opinions. The stall will stay until at least Friday, with potential for it to be there longer if there are a lot of students submitting feedback.

As part of the Student Partnership Agreement, the Union will take collate the feedback to come up with solutions to timetabling issues. This is to make timetabling simpler and more accessible to students.

President of Communication and Democracy, Edward Pollock said: “All suggestions will be implemented where possible”.

Short and term feedback will be considered and it is hoped there will be practical improvements.

The search for feedback was prompted by timetabling consistently being raised at student representative meetings over a long time. The university identified three main areas which needed improvement, one of which was timetabling.

There will be a focus group on Friday 24th February in the boardroom on Union Way at 12 o’clock. This will be to discuss timetabling ideas further. The Partnership in Action: Timetabling event can be found on Facebook.

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