Happy November Panthers! A new month is here and each new month brings about changes. In order to enact change within the Residence Halls, we need Your feedback to help transform your experience. How can you ensure that your voice is heard? Take your Residential Satisfaction Survey as soon as possible!
So, what is the Resident Satisfaction Survey? Annually, University Housing offers residents an opportunity to provide important feedback on your overall on-campus experience. As a resident, we value your input and take your responses very seriously in hopes to enhance your experience with us.
In the past, University Housing has used the Resident Satisfaction Survey to answer student requests for improvements to the Housing experience. Some of the past results of the survey and over all the student voice include updated laundry rooms in all Residence Halls, new furniture in the Piedmont North lobbies, additional parking spaces, and upgraded camera systems for increased safety.
The sooner you take the survey, the more chances you have to win amazing prizes! You could win a $500 Spring 2019 Housing Credit, Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV, Apple Watch, iPad, Bookstore gift card or…wait for it… a FULL HOUSING CREDIT FOR SPRING 2019*!!!
The drawings for prizes will be held on November 2nd, 6th, 13th and 20th. Take the survey now and get more chances to win.
Meet us at our signature events over the next two weeks to let your voice be heard.
October 30 – “Express Yourself”
November 7 – “Speak Up Open Mic Night”
November 10 – “Empower Yourself”
November 14 – “Fall Into Change Fall Fest”
Look for an email titled “Your Voice. Your State. Your Housing”. Click on your unique link to complete the survey. It’s that simple, and will only take a few minutes to complete. You live here…tell us what you think!
Be sure to follow us on social media to stay up to date on our signature events, tabling, and prize drawings! You can find us on Instagram and Twitter at @GSU_Housing. Use the hashtag #YourVoiceYourStateYourHousing to track each step of the way!
You must be a current University Housing resident to take the survey.