Insync Surveys helps justify university compulsory Student Service and Amenities Fee

29 February 2012

In October 2010, the Australian Parliament passed legislation to allow universities to charge a compulsory Student Service and Amenities Fee (SSAF). Universities are required to demonstrate that students have been consulted about how they want funds allocated across some 19 spending areas, including childcare, student welfare and accommodation, legal services and sporting and recreational activities and facilities.

Insync Surveys, in partnership with Southern Cross University, has developed a unique survey instrument that assists universities to meet their legislative obligations. It also helps to define priorities for funding of student services.

Please contact us to discuss how we can help you gather the evidence you need to progress what students want and meet your legislative obligations.

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