Be heard on travel issues – right now! The UC Travel Survey is now live, and we strongly urge you to take a few minutes to complete the survey by following the link in your email inbox.
This is an opportunity to be heard on travel issues, which only comes around once every four years. The survey is vital for gauging changes in staff and student travel patterns and for aiding development of the University’s transport and campus plans.
Results from the survey and monitoring also provide important evidence for University approaches to the Christchurch City Council and Environment Canterbury on transport matters; for example, improving bus services to/from UC, improving cycle routes, and addressing car parking on campus and on surrounding streets.
The survey will run until Wednesday 22 July – so be heard and have your say on travel, car parking and transport matters by following the link in your email inbox now.
Kia ora koutou,
As you know, we’re currently at Alert Level 3 until at least 11 May. After that date the Government is expected to provide an update about when we can shift to Alert Level 2. In the meantime UC has been planning for Alert Level 2.
Term 2 (Semester 1) continues online
UC will continue to deliver lectures, tutorials and assessments online for the remainder of Semester 1 (including exams from 8 to 20 June) – there is no change to this. However, during Alert Level 2 parts of campus will reopen, and we’re mindful that some of you may wish to return to campus (assuming travel is permissible) to access facilities like the library and shared study spaces.
What’s important to you?
We’ve been working really hard to get ready for Alert Level 2, and we understand that while the government guidelines being met are critical, there are other things that are also important in helping you to feel safe to return onto campus.
We’d really appreciate your feedback by completing this short survey (it will only take 2 minutes). Complete the survey here>
Also, make sure to check out Autumn Arrival online tomorrow>