Communications Committee (CC)
The Communications Committee is in charge of all forms of NTUSU communication and branding; social media, online editorial publication, photo-video and other media projects. In this division, you can be proactive and take up interesting projects such as creating an IG filter, stickers, and be involved in curating essential copies for our communication channels and more!
Finance & Business
Corporate Liaison Office (CLO)
The Corporate Liaison Office (CLO) serves to foster strong and sustainable partnerships with external corporations, with special regards to sponsorship deals in the form of student discounts (NTUPerks) or sponsorship of NTUSU events.
• Supported WIC's Welfare Initiatives, NTU Fest, Confluence
Human Resource Committee (HRC)
The Human Resource Committee (HRC) fosters cohesiveness and a strong identity within NTUSU. Our aim is to develop our Ussociates to their fullest potential so they may execute their duties in the most effective manner possible:
We organise activities such as:
• Welcome Day
• Bonding Activities & Events
• Learning & Development Initiatives & Workshops
• Ussociate Appreciation & Awards
• Recruitment Drive
• Internal Communications
• Alumni Homecoming
Ministerial Open Discussions and Events (MODE)
The MODE Committee strives to bridge the gap between the student population and political office holders. In providing opportunities for youths to contribute their thoughts and suggestions to the political and civil society, MODE hopes that NTU students can play a part and discuss Singapore’s political scene.
• Ministerial Forum
• Youth Talk
NTU Fest Committee
The NTU Fest Committee organises wide-reaching and inclusive projects that promote campus vibrancy. The committee is also known for its post-orientation flagship event, it serves as a celebration to bring a close to orientation period and welcome students back to school.
• Feeling Fest, Never Stress (Series of online challenges)
• SUave (Virtual Concert)
• NTU Fest (Physical Carnival)
Open House Committee
The Open House committee provides an avenue for the student body to showcase the vibrancy of NTU student life to prospective students and shares with the prospective students the experiences that NTU can provide. These are done through liaison with Office of Admissions and the clubs in NTU.
• NTU Virtual Open House 2021
• NTU Virtual Open House 2020
• NTU Open House 2019
Operations Support Committee (OSC)
The Operations Support Committee (OSC) is the supportive arm that assists the day to day activities and initiatives of the Students' Union.
We look into enhancing the student experience in NTU by managing and upgrading the Students' Activity Centre, Global Lounge, U-ROC, Bus Stop Noticeboards and U-Lockers.
Relations & Research Committee
The Relations and Research Committee (RRC) serves as the bridge between the student body and the University management in conveying crucial issues pertaining to hall, transport and other campus issues. We are also the pillar of support for all publicity matters, while maintaining crisis management processes in the Union.
Student Integration Committee (SIC)
The Student Integration Committee (SIC) serves as a key support mechanism to ease the transition for international students, and seeks to celebrate the rich cultural diversity within NTU. Through our events and initiatives, we seek to foster meaningful bonds, create a fully inclusive environment and promote a sense of belonging to curate a respectful campus space. Some of our events are:
• Confluence: An Annual Cultural Festival
• Integration Night
• Winter Workshops
• Adjustment Program
Finance & Business
The U-Shop Committee oversees the day to day operations of the U-Shop, our very own merchandise store. Majority of our U-Shop's profits are contributed towards the NTU Student's Bursary.
• Organise U-Hunt and Anniversary events
• Produce seasonal tees and merchandises
• Collaborate with external brands to bring limited edition merchandises
Union Orientation Committee (UOC)
The Union Orientation Committee (UOC) strives to serve as the bridge between freshmen and the NTU community, in easing their transition by kickstarting their exciting journey in the University. With broad exposure to peers of various faculties, we support incoming freshmen through building strong support networks and offer a sense of belonging to freshmen in welcoming them to the NTU community:
• Union Orientation
• .25 / .5 / .75 Orientation Trial
(currently not recruiting)
Welfare Initiatives Committee (WIC)
The Welfare Initiatives Committee (WIC) serves the student body by providing them with moral support through our welfare initiatives, such as our U-Study events. WIC also hopes to raise awareness for students to take care of their own wellbeing.
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