Approved Fund Allocation 2014
2014 was an outstanding year for the delivery of SSAF to students at UNE. SSAF Committee meetings have been occurring each month to consider student feedback, discuss fund allocations and monitor the delivery of projects.
This year a number of projects have been delivered, including a variety of new initiatives in response to student consultation and feedback: student scholarships, music/arts amenities, strengthened student representation through UNESA, early completion of the wireless installation project, new furniture for the Stro, courtyard refurbishment, Uni4Me activities, Well Fair Day, student focused mobile applications, construction of a dedicated women's space, refurbishments at Earle Page and Mary White Colleges, new broadcasting technology for Tune FM and upgrades for Nucleus student newspaper, student leadership development, exam breakfasts, sport and recreation support, engagement activities for international students, a fantastic student orientation experience, and a range of other activities through student clubs and societies.
- The SSAF committee coordinated and managed the delivery of $1.8 million in student services and amenities through a range of unique and student-focused projects.
- Funded initiatives and projects have delivered services and amenities that have significantly improved the quality of student experience at UNE.
- The committee has overseen a structured and meaningful student consultation process through the annual survey, ongoing feedback, engagement with UNESA and through the SSAF committee.
- The SSAF committee coordinated the implementation of a student survey to assist in guiding the use of funds and to ensure fee allocation responsiveness.
- During the year, a range of project and program management tools and resources were developed to support the efficient and effective delivery of services and amenities.
$1.8 million in services and amenities delivered to students
48 creative and unique projects delivered to students in response to consultation and feedback
$80 000 in funding provided directly to student clubs and societies
Financial Summary 2014
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