10 steps to improve student communications

Posted on 02/02/2012
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With over 9000 students now studying here, and significant change both inside and outside College for us all to contend with, there’s never been so much to say about life at Royal Holloway. However, until now, we haven’t had enough ways to say it, and nor do we yet have enough ways to hear what our students think. We want our student community to be well informed and involved with all that College life has to offer, and we want to stay in tune with their views and experiences.

That’s why we’ve been working with the Students’ Union to improve the ways that information is shared with students and ensure their opinions are sought and considered. Together, we have come up with an initial list of ten suggestions that we think will make a difference. 

You can find them online on our new ‘Have your Say’ section on the student pages: www.rhul.ac.uk/forstudents/haveyoursay.aspx

We would love to hear what you think about these initiatives, including any general feedback that colleagues hear from students about their experiences. 
Email your comments to  College comms at  Intranet


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