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Take your student experience to the next level.

Piles of assignments, meeting new people, exam pressure, and part-time jobs – nobody said that balancing student life was easy.

Whether you’re a first-year student or approaching the finish line, we want to know about your Humber and Guelph-Humber experience.

IGNITE wants to hear from YOU about the good, the bad, and the ugly of your daily grind. We want to take your student experience to the next level but in order to do that we need your feedback! We’re now on Phase 4 of our project. Wanna help out? Complete our new survey!

What’s in it for me?

This is an opportunity for you to have your say. No matter what you’re facing, we’re here to listen. The feedback you give will shape your future experience and the experience of other students at Humber and Guelph-Humber for years to come.

Your voice will be the catalyst that shapes student experience on-campus.

What’s in it for IGNITE?

Nobody knows what students want and need better than you: a student. Give us your feedback about all the things you love (or don’t) about your campus experience and we will work on making it better.

Your feedback will help us understand what’s important to students and will help us gear our future plans towards the things you really care about. That means looking at our current services, events, and initiatives and potentially changing or adding to them in order to focus on the things that you really care about.

Okay, I’m sold… How can I get involved?

All you have to do is complete our quick survey!

What are the next steps for us?

Step 1: Collect student sign ups

Step 2: Gather student feedback

Step 3: Analyze feedback

Step 4: Gather additional feedback

Step 5: Share the results on March 28th at our Annual General Meeting (all are welcome to attend!)

You can help us bring your student experience to the next level by completing our survey.

Confused or have some questions? Get in touch with IGNITE President, Maja Jocson.