‘Play with Pride’ is a symbol of
Our partnership with the University goes from strength to strength. The ever more effective student representation system led by our Vice-President and Programme presidents has developed confidence, influence and partnership across the University.
PVC-T- Prof Morag Bell’s unequivocal support for respecting the student voice and working with real commitment to improving the learning experience has set the right tone for students and staff alike.
The dramatic improvements to student satisfaction and our consequential rise up the league tables is rooted in the partnership that Morag has done so much to develop with our student academic representatives.
She is truly always on the student side.
Even better Welfare Campaigns
LSU took the decision to enter the extremely difficult area of drugs information and welfare, in partnership with the University and external experts. Amongst the highly innovative and effective features was using YikYak, an anonymous social media platform, to host a drugs information forum. The campaign was universally positively received in an area where it is easy to score an own goal.
Don’t Get Pegged raised awareness of the troublesome issue of drink spiking and in direct and fun way – raising the profile in a way never done before at LSU.
Together we……. Play with Pride.
We are proud of this ground breaking campaign which we have built on this year as a symbol of the fact that Sport and inclusiveness are at the heart of the Loughborough Experience.
We have also worked hard to be on the side of our students organising wellbeing activities to alleviate exam stress.
We relaunched our academic misconduct information campaign to widespread approval. Being on students’ side means offering good advice in the right way.
The ten Education Priorities continue to drive the Union and University’s work to improve the student experience.
Your Education Week engaged 2,732 students telling us about their experience.
For the first time, LSU organised a campus wide online election of 470+programme reps, with over 700 students standing and 2,700 students voting.