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In May 2021 the Student Futures Commission was launched to address issues affecting future and current students arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Student Manifesto outlines six key ways that we will support students in a post-pandemic world.
Academic life (to include academic skills), personal and social life (including being independent, managing money and making new friends), mental and emotional health and identity and careers with additional support for international students.
Support to all prospective and current students that can be completed as Staffordshire EDGE courses or as micro-credentials, including academic skills, digital skills, careers information, advice and guidance.
Support for under represented students to include (but not limited to) care-leavers, students with disabilities and additional needs, mature learners, LGBTQIA+ and ethnic minorities.
To provide opportunities to connect with like-minded people so students can start to make friends before arrival.
We will ensure this provision is driven by your needs and is:
In everything we do we will communicate with compassion, foster an environment where you are able to be yourself and support you to be an active member of our community.
This Student Voice research has been a collaborative effort between current Staffordshire University students with the aim of beneﬁting present and future cohorts by strengthening the culture of co-production among students and aligning it with the university’s mission and objectives. The listed key actions are a part of the student futures manifesto designed to promote holistic student engagement and boost their sense of belonging in line with the core themes outlined by the Jisc survey. These actions have been presented to prospective students and received positive feedback on how they are likely to impact their academic journey.