Call to stop forceful relocation!

Call to stop forceful relocation!

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Fang Yi Yeoh started this petition to RUMSA

Dear students of Reading,

As many of you would probably know by now, there are a few faculties which would no longer be operational starting from the next academic year. These are the Foundation in Science (FiS), Mpharm 2+2, Bachelor of Science Building Surveying and Bachelor of Science Construction Management programs.

However, there is one more crucial information which the school conveniently left out when they sent the all students email. All remaining faculties and students will have to move to N Block along with all existing facilities and equipment currently situated in S Block. In layman terms, we are getting ousted out from S Block, being barred from using all utilities in S Block apart from Dol Che cafe.

This is very unfair and has caused a major inconvenience to all students, in particular the new April FiB cohort, who entered on the promise of full campus usage. Most students have paid prompt tuition fees to the university therefore we have a right to request the university to give a better explanation on this issue.

We, at RUMSA, firmly standby the students and will request the university to spare the ground floor & 1st floor area of S Block as it contains the RUMSA student commons area, All Clubs Meeting Room, RUMSA office, RUMSA storeroom, a couple of classrooms, BBRU, Bim Lounge & SAW Office. 

We need your help! The students' help in order to combat this impending problem which would definitely affect student experience here in our campus. We would like to reiterate that we are all students who have successfully and promptly paid our tuition fees for many academic years. We do not deserve this sort of unfair treatment from the university authorities as we, the students, literally form the basis of this university's revenue. 

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