FNU provides vibrant Campus Life experience for students

Press Release Posted On: May 17, 2023

Students are being entertained by the band group at the Nasinu Campus.

Students at the Fiji National University (FNU) were entertained by music, dance and fun games and quizzes during the lunch hour session at Nasinu Campus as part of the University’s ‘Feel the Vibe’ initiative.

FNU’s Office of the Registrar, Student Support Coordinator Vijayta Sharma, said the initiative was to provide students with a more enhanced and enriching learning environment that would assist them in prospering and excelling in their studies with a more holistic approach.

“This is a new initiative from the Office of the Registrar and the Department of Student Services through the Campus Life Unit, which is known as the “Feel the Vibe with Campus Life,” she said.

“We want to showcase that University learning is not just about studies, lectures and tutorials.”

“We are now at one of the busiest times in the academic term as the students are occupied with their studies. However, through the initiative, we aim to provide sessions whereby the students can take a break and enjoy campus life with their peers.”

“We are encouraging the students’ talents to come out, as some of them are good at dancing or singing, or they have the skills of any form of art such as weaving, salusalu making, mehndi designing, and screen printing.”

The initiative is aligned with the FNU Strategic Plan, which focuses on providing an enriching and engaging Student Experience. The University is committed to providing students with the best possible experience that allows them to develop intellectually, personally, morally, and spiritually, enabling them to thrive, learn, question, and succeed as global citizens.

Ravikrant Prasad, a Diploma in IT (Level 5) student, said he was entertained by the different programmes offered to the students.

“It is a wonderful initiative by the Fiji National University and the Office of the Registrar. This is something new for the students, and we fully enjoyed the different cultural or arts programmes on the show at the campus,” he said.

The Office of the Registrar’s Department of Student Services will continue to provide programmes at FNU’s Colleges and campuses for students to enjoy whilst studying.