3Set - Work Package Three Student Voice (Q & Hey)
What is this
This question and answer activity is designed to help you as an incoming student to feel part of the student community in your course, in college and the wider national student body.
The aim of the exercise
is to help you to voice any worries or concerns you have coming to college and provide support and information to you.
You will be asked to anonymously enter any question/concern you might have into an online tool called WooClap. These will be read by your Peer Leaders and discussed giving the group information and support.
Remember no one will know what you said or that it was you that said it. The information and support will be addressed to everyone, and it is very likely you will find that many others in the group have similar concerns!
You will be able to “upvote” others’ comments and in so doing help the leaders know what information and assistance you need. We will also be gathering this anonymous data to build a picture of new student concerns nationally, this will help peer-led programmes across the country to get the proper resources and information out to all incoming students!
What information is here
We ran this activity with incoming first and visiting students to Trinity in 2020, we also ran the activity in 2020 and in 2021 during peer-transition volunteer training (Trinity S2S Mentor Training), in our 3Set WP3 National Student Advisory Group, and even in our workshop training Peer-Led Transition Co-ordinators, asking them to think about what their concerns were on entering college as a first year.
Click on each heading below to see the information and answers given
Mentors in training 2021 - What was your biggest question/concern on entering college?
Incoming Students Q and Hey 2020
Peer Leaders in training 2020 - What was your biggest question/concern on entering college?
3Set WP3 National Student Advisory Group 2020 - What was your biggest question/concern on entering college?
Peer Leader Trainers 2020 - What was your biggest question/concern on entering college?