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    Activity Timetable in Herts Mobile App

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    Students of University of Hertfordshire are provided with amazing events and activity opportunities which entitle them to explore their talents and reach their true potential. These events and activities are arranged by various departments,schools and external organizers. Regardless of the tremendous amount of opportunities, students face difficulties in finding the timetable and location of these events and the difficulty is greater when a student is additionally a commuter student. A solution to organizing this scattered spectrum of events could be having a separate tile named "Activity Timetable" in the herts mobile app. Firstly, it will generate more popularity of Herts Mobile app among students. Secondly, Students will find about events and activities very easily which has the potentiality to increase attendance in all the events arranged by different departments and stakeholders of the university. Thirdly, (most importantly) it can change the whole experience of a commuter student into a more inclusive one where now there will be more opportunities to socialize and create greater communications and memories of university life. For all these reasons stated above, an activity timetable in Herts Mobile App should be taken very seriously because it could be a very cheap solution to a very expensive problem.
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