3rd June 2019 - The Royal College of Art Students’ Union has chosen to work with Membership Solutions Ltd on a brand new website incorporating a student voice platform, club and society resources, online elections and StudentLink® app. The new membership management solution will help bring together students from the College’s three campuses in London.
Membership Solutions Ltd (MSL) is pleased to announce that the Royal College of Art Students’ Union (RCA SU) will use the MSL System® to underpin its membership engagement initiatives, improve its online presence and increase the capacity for student feedback. The MSL System will provide RCA SU with a new website, extensive clubs, societies, events and ticketing resources, a student voice platform, mobile engagement courtesy of the StudentLink app and online elections for officers and course reps.
The Royal College of Art has three London campuses in Kensington, Battersea and White City, where its 2,200 students (all postgraduates) study for degrees in Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Communication and Design. All students are members of the RCA SU which runs clubs and societies, representation services, events, bar and café. The new website will provide the focal point for all students looking for information, opportunities and support from RCA SU.
Toks Ferguson, Head of the Royal College of Art Students’ Union, said:
We were focused on ensuring the platform we chose for powering the new RCASU website was modern, robust and could scale to our ever-increasing student population across all sites. MSL’s focus on Higher Education and their approach to implementation also impressed us.”
Colin Watson, Chief Executive of Membership Solutions, added:
The MSL team is pleased to welcome the Royal College of Art Students’ Union as a prestigious new member of our community. We have already established a close relationship with RCA SU and look forward to working with officers and staff as we support them with the delivery of their engagement initiatives over the next three years.”