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To: The Vice President of Students, Andrew J Smith

Student Control Over Swinburne Clubs

Control over Swinburne clubs needs to be put back into the hands of Swinburne students. The current bureaucratic process does not consider students, and their rigidity is impacting campus life. The students need a change in governance by 2018.

Why is this important?

A change in governance will mean no more lengthy processes for clubs, no more delays in club payments, meaning no more cancellations of annual events, and will also allow consistent and responsive communication. This not only gives students an increased opportunity to upskill outside of their course, but a smoother, more functional management system that will lead to more campus culture. Leave your experience with SSAA in the comments below!

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Reasons for signing

  • Clubs are how our great names got their start. Entertainers, politicians, social movers, they started off in student societies together and shared their success. If you want a black hole of underachievement for Swinburne alumni in the next few years, keep starving the clubs. Otherwise, trust them to manage their clubs.

Updates

2017-05-16 09:12:50 +1000

100 signatures reached

2017-05-15 14:20:28 +1000

50 signatures reached

2017-05-15 13:29:26 +1000

25 signatures reached

2017-05-15 13:15:29 +1000

10 signatures reached