Student Opinion Counts 1 - You, your SU and your student experience

Please complete the short, simple survey that follows to help us keep improving the Students' Union and student life. You'll also give yourself a chance of winning £500, £250 or £100 (See tees-su.org.uk/soc for full terms and conditions of prize).

Question Title

* 1. Please enter your student number below. (This is found on your white Teesside Uni ID card or "TUSC"). We will only use this for demographic analysis and it will not be shared with any third parties. It will only be used to contact you if you win a cash prize.

Question Title

* 2. Do you think of and describe yourself as a student before anything else (e.g. professional, parent, carer etc.)

Question Title

* 3. What were your main reasons for enrolling on a course at Teesside University (Choose all that apply)

Question Title

* 4. What do you consider to be the biggest challenges/ barriers to successful study (Choose all that apply)

Question Title

* 5. How much time do you spend on the activities listed below in an average week?

  0 hours 1 to 5 hours 5 to 10 hours 10 to 15 hours 15 to 20 hours 20 to 30 hours More than 30 hours
Lectures and seminars
Private study/ Uni work
Playing sport/ Pursuing other hobbies
Socialising through the day
Socialising at night
Looking after children
Spending time at home with family and friends
Looking after other family members or friends
Part-Time work
Full-Time work
Travelling to and from University

Question Title

* 6. Which of the following services/ facilities provided by the Students' Union do you think are most important to students (Choose all that apply)

Question Title

* 7. How do you feel the Students' Union has helped with your studies and University life in general (e.g. getting advice and support, participating in clubs and societies, using our social spaces, pushing for improvements to teaching and courses, providing study spaces).

Question Title

* 8. If the Students' Union Building was to be renovated or rebuilt in a new location which of the following would you most want to see in there.

  Not required Not Important Neutral/ No Opinion Important Very Important
A bookable space for students to do group work and/ or study together
A bookable space for student groups to meet up and/ or hold their own events
A space for students to do individual study and use computers supplied by TUSU
A social space for general use by students through the day (meeting up, relaxing together, attending events)
A social space for students to use through the day which served hot food and a variety of drinks including alcoholic options
A social space for use by students at night which served alcohol and ran selected events
A social space for use by students at night which didn't serve alcohol and ran selected events
A large space for big day and evening student events as well as external events which generate extra income for the SU
A space for students to get help and support with sports clubs, societies and their employability
A space for students to get help and support with housing, money, their course, personal issues and more
A shop serving sandwiches, drinks, snacks, stationery and course materials amongst other things
"Everyday" facilities like a general info/ welcome point, toilets, cash points etc
A quiet/ private space for students to get some rest between lectures and seminars (currently known as "The Snooze Room")

Question Title

* 9. Depending on which approach we took, the work could take up to two years to complete, what would your preferred approach be?

Question Title

* 10. Please use the space below to tell us about any other facilities you think should be added to the University Campus.

Question Title

* 11. Please tell us your level of awareness/ understanding of the Student Officer positions at the SU

  Heard of the role and know what they do Heard of the role but don't know what they do Never heard of the role
President Education
President Activities
President Welfare

Question Title

* 12. Please tell us your level of awareness/ understanding of the following campaigns runs by the Student Officers.

  Heard of it and understand what it's about Heard of it but don't understand what it's about Never heard of it
SU housing campaign
SU on Tour
Student Safety
Employable Me
Where's your Head At?
Yes to Respect
Clean Sport
Tea and Talk

Question Title

* 13. Please tell us your level of agreement with the following statements about the Students' Union.

  Strongly Agree Agree Neutral/ No Opinion Disagree Strongly Disagree
The Student Officers and their work are promoted effectively to students
TUSU campaigns are promoted effectively to students
The Student Officers appear to represent most students effectively
TUSU appears to have a real impact on decisions taken by the University
TUSU is led effectively by Student Officers
0 of 13 answered
 

T