Unite Student Living has been refusing refunds to students that are unable to return to their accommodation, while Fresh Student Living faces backlash regarding unsanitary living conditions during a time when Covid-19 was spreading rapidly through Glasgow’s student halls.
The campaign also asks for clearer reporting pathways and encourages people to disclose their experiences with gender-based and sexual violence.
Some of Strathclyde’s staff are calling on the University to commit to a learning model that is fully delivered online for next year’s semester as Covid-19 cases in Glasgow continue to rise.
Strath Union has launched a sexual health survey to gain a more comprehensive understanding of students’ experiences of sex and relationships whilst they are studying at Strathclyde
Strath Union has launched a new initiative to engage more students in the processes surrounding student campaigning.
The campaigns are set up to address hate crime, change campus culture, and reform the curriculum to be more representative of BAME and Black students.
The agreement includes several calls for action to create “a culture of support” at Strathclyde.
Strath Union’s clubs are set to host all activities online for the whole of the first semester; a decision that for some clubs has posed some serious challenges.
Discussions followed the government’s recent announcement that universities will reopen with a phased return to on-campus learning.