11th June 2018 - University of Leicester Students’ Union has chosen to move their digital engagement activities to the MSL System, implementing a solution which incorporates core membership management features including website, online elections, a volunteering platform, student group finances tools and the MSL App, StudentLink.
Membership Solutions Ltd (MSL) has welcomed Leicester Students’ Union as a new client as it chooses to move all of its digital engagement requirements to the MSL System. The move will see all of its clubs and societies, student voice, events, ecommerce, messaging and reporting requirements managed within one dedicated system with the addition of elections, volunteering, student group finances and the MSL App to push forward the Union’s mission to support, enable and represent their students.
Leicester Students’ Union supports some 22,000 students with opportunities to socialise, develop skills and take part in new activities, offering over 250 clubs and societies to join, a course rep programme, peer mentoring and events and entertainment, including events held in the O2 Academy located on campus. The MSL System will support all of these activities ensuring even the hardest to reach students reap the benefits of their Union membership.
Carrie Young, Activities Officer at Leicester Students’ Union commented: “We are very excited about refreshing and updating our digital presence by joining the MSL family. We are proud of the quality and range of services we offer to our students and hope this move will help us to better engage with them digitally and enhance their Union experience with us.”
Colin Watson, Chief Executive of Membership Solutions Ltd, said: “We are delighted to welcome Leicester Students’ Union to our community, an important decision for the Union with such a wide variety of services and student needs to support and maintain. Leicester Students’ Union has a well-deserved reputation for providing an outstanding student experience and so the whole MSL team is proud to be a part of its future plans.”