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New Student Governor Elected

Kathryn Flanagan won the race to become the new student respresentative on Doncaster College's Board of Governors.

Congratulations go to Kathryn Flanagan, who has won the race to be the new student representative on Doncaster College’s Board of Governors.

 

Students voted a resounding 141 to 51 in favour of Kathryn and she took up her role, which will last for two years, at the end of December.

 

Kate, as she is known, is eighteen-years-old and is a Level 3 Health and Social Care student. She wants to go on to university and study a nursing course when she has finished her course at the college.

 

She says, "I’m not the quietest person in the world and my friends say I’m quite opinionated so I was probably the perfect candidate!"

 

On why she wanted to be a Governor, she says, "I want to improve the learning experience of all students at the College."

 

The Board of Governors is responsible for the overall functioning of the College. In general terms, it is responsible for the quality of service that the College offers to learners and the local community, as well as the College’s financial health and its strategic direction.

 

Updated: 06/01/2012



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