27th April 2017 - The University of Westminster Students’ Union has selected the MSL System for its digital membership engagement solution including new website, online elections, clubs and societies tools, messaging, community and feedback resources. The MSL System will help the Union provide support and services to its 20,000 students across three campuses in London.
Membership Solutions Ltd (MSL) is delighted to announce that University of Westminster Students’ Union (UWSU) has selected the MSL core membership management system along with online elections and a brand new website to support its objective of providing social, cultural, sporting and recreational activities for the development of its student members.
UWSU is managed by a team of five sabbatical officers, supported by a full time team of staff. It is devoted to the educational aims, welfare and overall experience of its students and aims to be innovative in delivering its engagement and participation strategies. It supports a wide array of societies and sports clubs, advice and advocacy services and activities across all three campuses. The MSL System will help the Union provide even more services and measure the effectiveness of their participation initiatives.
Jon May, Communications Manager at University of Westminster Students’ Union, explains: “We’re looking forward to joining a tried and tested leader of membership services for students’ unions. The integration, professionalism and advice from the MSL team has been outstanding and we’re looking forward to providing a great experience for our students.”
Colin Watson, Chief Executive of Membership Solutions Ltd, commented: “MSL is delighted to be working with Westminster Students’ Union as they move forward with their digital engagement strategies. Students’ Unions in London have a unique set of challenges when it comes to providing appealing and accessible services and activities and we are pleased that UWSU recognise the opportunities the MSL System offers as they strive to do more for their members.”