SINUSA pledges to work closely with SINU


 SOLOMON Island National University Student Association (SINUSA) has pledged to work closely with the University to stand up for student’s welfare this year.

The aim is to improve sports facilities, study facilities and become an active vocal point for student’s social welfare and wellbeing.

SINUSA President, Mr Reginald Ngati said there a several issues SINUSA needs to address regarding students’ welfare.

Some of them are ongoing ones; basically on students’ welfare and wellbeing when studying at SINU.

Ngati said as university is facing its transitional period for further development, they will use this opportunity focusing on improving infrastructures and academic affairs along with SINU.

“I know transition period of this institution still going on in terms of infrastructure, and in five years time we want to see facilities accommodate students to enhance their education at SINU,” Ngati said.

He said this transition period is an important time for improvement and to raise the profile of SINU.

He said their idea is to make SINU become known in the regional platform which will attract students from overseas to come and study here.

It is something SINUSA is looking to address this year along with support from SINU.

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