University of Capella students will be able to have their voices heard at the annual forum in Sydney on Wednesday.
Key points:The forum will be open to students and their parentsThe forum aims to encourage students to participate in the wider university communityThe forum is being held on the first day of the semester, and students can apply to speak to the forumThe university says it has been a huge success in helping to increase student participation and engagementIt is the first of the year for the forum, and its been one of the biggest success stories for the university.
University of Capellas’ website said on Wednesday students would be able get their voices on at the forum.
It is open to all students, and the event will be held on first days of the term.
Students are also invited to speak at the forums about topics ranging from the arts and humanities to health and wellbeing.
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