The traditional submission of suggestions to the Rector has begun at South Ural State University. These suggestions come from students, and include the issues that they believe are important to solve to improve life at the University. The most current and important requests and students’ most cherished dreams will be realized by the Rector on Tatiana Day.
Every SUSU student can write the Rector about their dreams via the University site in the “Ask a Question” section or on VKontakte in the official group, I Love SUSU. The most important thing is that these requests include suggestions for the improvement of the academic process, organization of University events, and improvements for living conditions on campus.
The first messages have already begun to appear on the University site – most commonly, students ask for improvements to the work of the cafeterias and wireless internet, and to add lockers for outerwear to the University coat checks.
Submissions will be closed on January 20th, after which all letters will be looked over by an expert committee guided by the Rector. The messages which gain the most votes will be realized by the Rector on January 25th, on Tatiana Day.