NSS raises £4,500 for charity in three weeks

NSS raises £4,500 for charity in three weeks

Final year students have so far raised a terrific £4,500 for charity by completing the National Student Survey (NSS) in the first three weeks.

LJMU has pledged to donate to the Whitechapel Centre, Liverpool’s homeless charity, for every survey that is completed.

The independent survey is an opportunity for final year students to share their experiences of their time at LJMU. Their feedback will help us understand what we are doing well as a university and where we might be able to make enhancements.

Students from the Faculty of Science have raised the most money for the Whitechapel Centre so far, followed by the Faculty of Education, Health and Community and the Faculty of Engineering and Technology.



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