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NAAUC's Residential Committee Structures Survey

 

Student residences at Universities provide personal development and further the education of their students. Despite the importance of this sector within tertiary education, there is a lack of research regarding the best practise for university and residential hall policies. The purpose of this project is to record the structures created by students within tertiary residences to organise events and student advocacy. With the influx of new residential halls built by universities, this could be used as a best practise guide for creating new residential committee structures within these new residences.  

 

The scope of the study will be all university owned, affiliated or commercially partnered student accommodation residences in Australia. For this study, the exclusion criteria will be commercial providers who are not formally partnered or affiliated with an Australian university. University-owned off-campus share houses of less than 10 places will also be excluded. The study will catalogue the different residential committee structures and positions, and the different contexts that these structures operate in.

 

This study aims to record the most common residential committee structures within Australia. These results could then be used to create new residential committee structures within new halls built by universities. The study will hopefully have formal supervision from a university researcher, and the ultimate aim will be publication in a reviewed journal.

 

Please do your best to fill out this survey! NAAUC will be forever grateful.

Best,

NAAUC Team 2018

 

4. How may residents live in your residence? *
5. How old is your residence? *
6. Does your residence have a students' association/committee? *
7. How old is your students' association/committee? *
10. Which best describes your hall of residence? *
11. Is your residential committee an incorporated association? *
12. Are the rules that govern your committee codified in a written document? *
17. Which roles do you have on your residential committee? (Tick all that apply) *
Or nearest equivalent.
18. Does your college have a board? *
If So, is there student representation on that board?
20. Does your committee have an executive? *
As well as any other comments regarding the executive and their function.
21. Overall, is your residential student leadership team successful in displaying and encouraging: *
21. Overall, is your residential student leadership team successful in displaying and encouraging:
Purpose and Vision
Teamwork
Pastoral Support
Community Engagement
Passion
Integrity
Diversity and Representation
Succession Planning
Balance
Appropriate Professionalism
Name
Name
Phone
Phone

Disability Inclusion HRC Survey


Disability Inclusion HRC Survey


The purpose of this survey is to gauge current levels of inclusion of students with disabilities (both physical and intellectual) living in Australian tertiary residences.

The results shall be analysed and discussed with experts in the field in order to establish best practice recommendations to assist residences to better include students with disabilities.

Participation in the survey is voluntary and optional, and your answers will be de-identified. Thank you in advance for your participation.

QUESTION 1: To the best of your knowledge, has your residence previously had a resident with a physical disability?
QUESTION 4: Why do you believe your residence has never had a student with a physical disability before? **If you answered YES to Question 1 please skip to Question 5**
QUESTION 5: To the best of your knowledge, has your residence previously had a resident with an intellectual disability?
QUESTION 8: Why do you believe your residence has never had a student with an intellectual disability before? **If you answered YES to Question 5, please skip to Question 9**
QUESTION 9: If you were provided with guidance and assistance in relation to the inclusion of students with disabilities, would you consider accepting students with disabilities into your residence in the future if you have not before?

Disability Inclusion Student Delegate Survey


Disability Inclusion Student Delegate Survey


The purpose of this survey is to gauge current levels of inclusion of students with disabilities (both physical and intellectual) living in Australian tertiary residences.

The results shall be analysed and discussed with experts in the field in order to establish best practice recommendations to assist residences to better include students with disabilities.

Participation in the survey is voluntary and optional, and your answers will be de-identified. Thank you in advance for your participation.

QUESTION 1: To the best of your knowledge, has your residence previously had a resident with a disability?
QUESTION 4: Why do you believe your residence has never had a student with a disability before? **If you answered YES to Question 1 please skip to Question 5**
QUESTION 5: Do you think your residence is fully inclusive of students with disabilities?
QUESTION 6: Do you think that your residence SHOULD be more inclusive of students with disabilities?