HaSS To Be Heard
What's it all about?
Towards the end of the academic year 2010-11, the University Court agreed to a proposal to 'withdraw' from the following subjects:
- Applied Music
- Community Education
This part of our website is dedicated to providing information and support for students studying in the affected areas and to keep the University to their promise of a quality provision, regardless of the changes.
Rebecca Maxwell Stuart, USSA Vice President Education & Representation is the primary student representative working on your behalf with the University on various levels. Updates will be posted to this page as well as the Facebook Group, so keep checking! We have already uploaded some useful documents on this site at www.strathstudents.com/singlecampus
The University have also put together some pages to help answer your questions. Check it out at www.strath.ac.uk/humanities/faq/
We want to make sure your views and concerns are reflected at the highest level of negotiations, so we've set up a page where you can contact the Vice President directly. Tell her about your experiences (good or bad) through the transition process and anything that you want an answer to or want raised on your behalf - she works for you!
There have been lots of documents and publications designed and published related to this process. We've gathered together some of the most important ones and made them available below. These will be added to when something new comes along, so keep checking back! If there is something specific that you are looking for, then please let us know on email@example.com.
|USSA Statement APTS||384.92 KB|
|StrathSOS USSA Consultation Reponse - StrathSOS June 2011||437.25 KB|
|StrathSOS - E-mail to affected students - post-Court June 2011||63.6 KB|