Event | A place where all students belong: Access and student success strategy 2025
Registrations are now open for an interactive online event on Friday 27 November at 1.15pm that will talk about the University's work across the vitally-important topics of access and student success.
**This event is now fully booked, but you can still register for our waitlist **
The event coincides with the launch of our new strategy – ‘A place where all students belong: Access and student success strategy 2025'
The event is aimed particularly at colleagues in student-facing roles and it will provide clarity on our future direction for access and student success – our targets, our ambitions and how we can all play a part.
It will also look at what we mean when we use the terms 'access' and 'student success', and how you can help students to feel a part of our community and realise their full potential.
Participants will hear from Professor Simone Buitendijk (Vice-Chancellor) and Louise Banahene (Director of Educational Engagement). Also contributing will be people involved in access and student success across the University community, including:
- Professor Stephen Scott (Equality Policy Unit)
- Professor Jacqueline Stevenson (Lifelong Learning Centre)
- Professor Luke Windsor (Doctoral College)
- Laila Fletcher, Equality & Diversity Officer (Leeds University Union)
The event will be chaired by Professor Andrew Thorpe, Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures and there will be a chance to ask questions.
This event is on Friday 27 November, 1.15 – 2.15pm
When you register you may be prompted to login to Microsoft Office, please use your usual university login details. This session has limited numbers, but we will be recording the event and we will share this on For Staff.
This session is part of a new series of events called Leeds conversations where colleagues can discover more about our key strategic priorities and activities from our Vice-Chancellor and other University leaders.
The above information was also sent out in an all staff email to colleagues.Posted in: All Staff EmailLeeds conversations