31st July 2018 - Maynooth Students’ Union is to implement the MSL System with dual language support, online elections and StudentLink to support their ethos of an inclusive student experience across campus. The solution also includes a new website, student voice resources, clubs and societies tools and ecommerce facilities. Maynooth SU joins four other Students’ Unions in the Irish Republic using the MSL System for their digital membership management.
Membership Solutions Ltd (MSL) has welcomed Maynooth Students’ Union to the MSL community as it chooses to use the MSL System to support a growing student population on its campus outside of Dublin. Maynooth is one of the fastest growing universities in Ireland specialising in humanities, science, engineering and social sciences. The Students’ Union now supports some 12,000 student members with welfare services, academic representation, over 100 clubs and societies, a bar, café and events.
Run by four sabbatical officers and a team of executive and part time officers alongside the administrative management team, the Students’ Union also collaborates on the bigger University and college events.
Leon Diop, President of Maynooth Students’ Union, commented: “We are really looking forward to working with MSL on implementing their innovative and membership focussed solution here in MSU. This promises to deliver a more user-friendly student engagement experience, with the possibility for future exciting developments. We persistently endeavour to make students love their experience here in Maynooth and this new partnership will work greatly towards that aim.”
Colin Watson, Chief Executive of Membership Solutions Ltd, added: “We are delighted to be working with the team at Maynooth Students’ Union as they continue their impressive growth and support the University’s success. We know that supporting the student experience is at the heart of the Students’ Union’s constitution and so the team here is especially pleased that the MSL System has been selected to help achieve these objectives and offer new ways of engaging with students throughout their time at university.”