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Fiji National University Alumni Association (FNUAA) hosted its inaugural National Campus Tour for the Central Division on Thursday and Friday, May 26–27. Touring the University campuses in Suva, the executive committee members had the opportunity to meet and speak with students about the association and the role it plays. With an aim to reconnect, empower and make difference; the association will be visiting all FNU Campuses nation-wide for an interactive chance with students and staff to discuss concerning issues and inspect teaching facilities and work out ways they can assist.Kicking off the tour at Koronivia Campus on Thursday, the team was welcomed with an overwhelming turnout of students with hundreds gathered for the presentation and one-on-one discussion with the committee. FNUAA Vice President and FNU Sports Development Advisor, Mr Alifereti Cawanibuka while speaking to the students said the association is ready to assist them in every way possible.

“In whatever programme you are doing, we will be there to help you out, if you need professional guidance or assistance and we will also be able to help you in some ways on your academic work,” said Mr Cawanibuka.

The University Sports Development Advisor encouraged students to come forward and raise the issues they have for ways to improve the services of the University. “Our concern is how well we can look after you, how well we can provide the services to you because you are running an academic race and there is a beginning and an end and we want to ensure you complete it successfully. “You can become a member of the association today, just fill in the form from an Academic Office and submit it to us and we will give you an ID card that will last a lifetime for only a fee of $5,” he said. Members will enjoy benefits of free library membership, ICT Lab access, professional development opportunities and invitation to all alumni association events. Nirmal Karan, a first year student undertaking Bachelor in Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry with the College of Agriculture, Fisheries & Forestry said the visit was timely and enlightening. “As a current student, I am happy to know we have a place to go to after graduation and that we can always connect to FNU. I know they will be very helpful and hope our concerns will be considered and raise for actions,” said Mr Karan. The team will tour Naiyaca Campus in Labasa on June 10, and will conclude in the West from June 29-30.

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