Log in

Union launches laundry survey

The Students’ Union has launched a survey about on-campus laundry facilities as part of a campaign to make launderettes on campus free.

The survey, which is aimed at students living on campus or have lived on campus recently, asks students how much they spend per month at the laundrette, what measures they would like to see in cutting the cost and whether they have used the new contactless washing machines and dryers installed across campus.

Frida Gustafsson, Students’ Union President, said: “Making launderettes free on campus was one of my manifesto points, and this survey is the first step the Union is taking to make sure that doing your laundry on campus is as cheap and easy as can be.

“Ideally, I would like to ensure that all students living on campus have access to laundry machines for free - but before we go ahead, we would like the input of students to make sure that the work we’re doing reflects the need and opinion of students”.

The survey will close in September.

Complete the short survey online now.

 

Contact us

Got a comment/criticism about anything discussed in this article? Let us know on our social media channels!

facebook.com/thestudentsunion

twitter.com/ussu

instagram.com/sussexsu

Related news

 
Clearing 2019 is open

Fri 19 Jul 2019

campus plants with Sussex flag in the background

Clearing is open. There are still places, plus an Oculus Virtual Reality headset to be won.

 
Breaking new ground with the Co-producing the Curriculum project

Thu 18 Jul 2019

Group of students and staff

Pilot project led by your 2018/2019 Undergraduate Officer, Ella Asheri, is a huge success with students and academics.

 
Student employment at your Union

Mon 15 Jul 2019

A student staff member in a black co-operative t-shirt standing in the Co-Op, smiling with their &am

We have hired 231 student staff over the past year, in line with our pledge to make your employability a top priority.

 
Thank you for donating to the Re-Use Scheme

Thu 27 Jun 2019

After three days of cleaning and sorting, we have organised the 200+ crates of items left in halls of residences over the move out weekend, donated some to charity, and kept some for our September Free Shop.

 
A true Role Model creating a better world

Tue 18 Jun 2019

Natasha Mansley and John Parry receiving the Better World Award

Natasha Mansley, our Role Models Project Coordinator, has been awarded the Better World award at the University's Education Awards.

 
 

This list is automatically generated

View all news »