USP Lautoka Campus Director Receives Students’ Feedback
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Participants at the student forum in USP Lautoka Campus.
The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Lautoka Campus Director conducted the third student forum to hear concerns and issues faced by the Campus students on 25 May 2015.
Students raised their issues with the Director, Dr Pramila Devi and other USP Lautoka Campus staff representing various departments.
Majority of the problems discussed included shortage of library space, ITS issues, and room availability for studying.
Dr Devi assured the students that their issues were being noted and best efforts would be made to address them.
She urged students to take care of the facilities provided to them by USP, including the IT labs, library and learning commons, and also asked them to be mindful of other students and staff around them.
“We are trying our best to improve our services in terms of the library, labs and classroom allocation, however it is also important that you as students follow the rules and policies of the Campus,” Dr Devi told the students present at the forum.
“Use the facilities wisely and be mindful of others, keep your noise level down and do not throw your rubbish around the Campus premises,” she added.
Dr Devi asked students to study hard and make best use of the opportunity.
Last month, there were two other student forums organised by USP Lautoka Campus, one for its Postgraduate and MBA students and the other for the Pacific Technical and Further Education (Pacific TAFE) students.
Both forums were aimed at getting feedback from students on their learning experiences at USP Lautoka, which included their concerns and positive comments.
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