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What is Herts Empowerment and how does it work?


Herts Empowerment is an open, ongoing forum whereby students can leave feedback about any issues that are impacting their time at uni, or let us know of any ideas they might have that would enrich the academic or student experience here at Herts. All students at the University of Hertfordshire are welcome to leave comments on this page about any ideas or issues they would like us to look into. Your Vice President Community will review these on a regular basis and explore each of them in-depth, ensuring your feedback is raised with the relevant parties. Dependent on the nature of your comment, Prosasti will share your feedback or idea with other Elected Officers, colleagues in the Students' Union, staff members at the University and/or local authorities. When progress has been made, our Elected Officers will respond to comments, informing students on what action they have taken to address your feedback or idea.

 

Please note that, as a Union, there are some things in the University we don’t have control over and can’t necessarily change. We can, however, make sure your voices are heard and lobby the University to address issues that are important to you. We will be able to take forward serious issues to the university's senior leadership team.

 

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    Feeling alone at university.

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      As a first year I know of quite a few people on my course, or others, who haven't had the opportunity to meet other people both on our course and elsewhere. This means that some of them feel very alone and don't have many people to talk to, and are unsure of how to make connections. This would be difficult enough on a normal year, but it is made worse this year due to COVID. Is there anywhere that could be signposted to them to help this issue or anything currently in place that they might be able to get involved with to meet people? 

       

      Thank you :)

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