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There’s still time to have your say (and have lunch on us)!

At a loose end between 4pm and 5pm today? There’s still time to sign up and give your feedback on the signs you see every day around campus.

If you’re a first year student, we especially want to hear from you. And to thank you for your time and  feedback, you will receive a $35 voucher to use on food at any UCSA outlet. That’s lunch sorted for a few days!

Contact Alan Palmer by 1pm today if you’re keen to have your say – email alan.palmer@canterbury.ac.nz or phone 369 3272 or extension 93272.

Can’t find your way? Have your say!

Remember your first day at UC? Was it easy to find your way around, or did you feel like you were in a maze? Were the signs around campus helpful?

We’re looking for student volunteers to give input into a signage and wayfinding project to improve navigation around UC. All participants will receive a $35 voucher to use on food at any UCSA outlet.

Our design consultants would like to talk to a group of students for around an hour on Thursday 2 June, 4 – 5pm. This will likely be via Skype/teleconference, venue to be confirmed.

If you can help please contact Alan Palmer, Project Manager – alan.palmer@canterbury.ac.nz