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APPG for Students Covid Inquiry - Questions for Students' Unions
Since the start of the Covid-19 crisis universities have adapted to provide the best possible experience to students in challenging circumstances. Learning will inevitable have been very different from what would have been expected in normal times. Our brief inquiry has been launched to consider student calls for financial compensation, as well as the issue of rent refunds. These questions provide a framework for your response, but we would welcome additional comments.

Please provide your response by 9am on Monday 18th January.
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What is your name and position? E.g. "Women's Officer, Sheffield Students' Union" or "Undergraduate Student"
What are the main ways in which learning in your university has been affected by the pandemic?
How has this varied between courses and levels of study?
How do you think that any problems could be mitigated (e.g. additional teaching, changes to assessment, etc)?
Do you think compensation or financial rebates would address student concerns?
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If yes, what level of compensation do you think would be appropriate, and how should it be funded/delivered?
Any additional comments?
Part two: Accomodation
Some students have not needed, or have been told not to access, university accommodation for periods during this year due to limits on face-to-face teaching, although this has not affected all. Roughly what proportion of your students have been affected in this way?
Roughly what proportion of your students usually live in (a) university-provided accommodation, (b) privately-rented purpose-built student accommodation, (c) privately-rented houses, or (d) are local/commuter students?
How do you think students who have (a) not required their accommodation or (b) not been permitted to return to university in January as per Government guidance should be compensated?
Additional hardship funds have been made available to assist with this and other issues; how effective have those funds been?
Any other comments
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