ITSSU to host discussion meeting for local residents

As the new college term swings into gear, the IT Sligo Students’ Union (ITSSU) have begun their proactive approach, and will host a discussion meeting at the Institute on Thursday next 22nd September at 7.00pm.

With the commencement of all classes last week has come the annual arrival of students into the area. ITSSU have invited all local residents, and interested parties to the Institute for an open discussion meeting, where all views, opinions, and recommendations will be heard.

ITSSU President James Dillon explains:

“While our primary role is to represent, and defend the interests of our members – the students of IT Sligo; we fully understand our duty to the local and wider community in developing positive and effective relations.

As the large volume of students comes into the local area with the commencement of the new term, we recognise that local residents and other parties may well have some concerns.

This discussion meeting will allow attendees the opportunity to express their views, and equally offer recommendations on how we can work effectively with one another in creating a positive relationship that is mutually satisfying for all members of the community.”

The discussion meeting is the first of a number of similar meetings planned by ITSSU this term. After a short presentation by the Students’ Union, the floor will be opened up to all attendees to air their views, and provide future recommendations. In addition to the Students’ Union representatives and local residence, it is envisaged that members of the Sligo Gardaí, along with members of staff from IT Sligo will be in attendance.


For more information please contact:

ITSSU President James Dillon            086 7737456

ITSSU Office                                       071 9141887


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