Fiji National University Students’ Association
“Uniting the Students’ Voice”
Introduction to FNUSA
Fiji National University Students’ Association (FNUSA) is the parent body of the ten campus students’ association under Fiji National University. The ten branches which come under Fiji National University Students’ Association (FNUSA) are:
Fiji National University Students’ Association (FNUSA) was formed in November of 2016 and the executives were appointed to office from the 1st of January 2017. Fiji National University Students’ Association looks after the major student welfare issues and problems faced by students at branch level. There is a chain of communication which is placed whereby if the branch cannot resolve an issue then the FNUSA steps in and resolves the matter.
FNUSA works closely with the Office of the Vice Chancellor (OVC) and the Senior Management Group (SMG) to make sure that students get the best of facilities. FNUSA also works with other Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and many prominent stakeholders on projects and events that benefit the students. FNUSA is committed to see that students get what they are paying for and to see that once they graduate from the university, they are competent in the workforce.
FNUSA executives are the voices of the students to the higher authorities in the university, as each executive member is delegated with duties and roles.
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Our mission is to unite the voices of the students by accommodating, facilitating, assisting and promoting the holistic development of students at Fiji National University.
Our vision is being recognised as a student body that values the importance of students at Fiji National University.
The Fiji National University Students’ Association (FNUSA) is the voice of the students who are enrolled at the University.
The FNUSA helps students in addressing the particular student welfare issues which are faced by the branch. The branch presidents are first responsible to address the issue and if they are not successful, then the FNUSA executives step in.
The FNUSA National Public Relations Officer (PRO) and the FNUSA National President together look after these matters. Each of the ten branches have a delegated office space and from there the branch president and his/her branch executives run the day to day activities of the campus.
The FNUSA delegates duties for the branches from the Headquarters and only intervenes if necessary. The FNUSA holds workshops and functions to see that the branch and the students are well informed about the changes and happenings of the University.
Fiji National University is currently in plans to set up recreational centres in each branch to help students to de-stress and spend their leisure time.
The FNUSA is also in talks to have better sports facilities for the students as well as to help provide bus service for the students enroled at the University. This plan will eventually add to the fleet service which the University already has.
The plans to boost the internet service provided by the University are already in place. The FNUSA is working hard to improve and provide better and quality education and facilities for the students enroled at the University.