Current Students

Survey for students


Current UTAS students are invited to contribute their ideas to a study titled The Student Experience: Support and Safety- A Student Voice by completing a short online survey and/or participating in a focus group.

Your reflections will be invaluable in helping to enhance the quality of the student experience.

The purpose of the study is to investigate the understanding, within the student population, of student support offered by the University.

The study will also examine the experiences and perceptions of student safety, on and around the University. 

The insights to be gained from this study will allow the University to actively focus their support and/or work with external organisations in order to maximise positive student experiences at the University of Tasmania.

Participation in this study gives you with an opportunity to share and reflect on your experiences as a student at the University of Tasmania particularly in relation to student support and safety and could provide you with an opportunity to have your voice heard.

Students can share in the following prizes by offering your time to making the UTAS student experience even better.

All survey participants will go in the draw for:

• STA Travel Voucher to value of $750
• Or 3x $50 CO-OP book vouchers

Focus group participants also go in the draw to win:

• STA Travel Voucher to value of $250
• Or 2x $50 CO-OP book vouchers

To participate, please just take 15-20 minutes to fill out the following survey:

Distance education students and students studying at one of our centres outside of Tasmania are also encouraged to complete this survey.

Focus groups will be held Hobart and Launceston.

To register for the focus groups supply your email address at the end of the survey or please email Danielle Campbell at, and you will be notified of focus group times so you can select your preferred time.

If you require further details concerning this research before completing the survey contact for an information sheet.

This study has been approved by the Tasmanian Social Sciences Human Research Ethics Committee.

Please contact Danielle Campbell for further information on the study,
or (03) 6226 2548.

Published on: 05 Oct 2011 4:49pm