A culture of engagement

This Feature of the Student Engagement Framework looks at how Institutions can develop a culture of engagement by defining institutional approaches  and priorities in a clear and accessible  manner.

The 'Articles' section of the resource library contains information relating to this.


A particularly good resource is:

Understanding the SU's key relationships: The Cadogan Matrice


In this article, Peter Cadogan urges students' unions to look to the future and reassess their priorities.

You can also download a printable Cadogan Matrix here:



From the resource library page you  can also use the resource library search box where  you can input specific search terms such as -

'culture of engagement', 'priorities' or any other suitable criteria including Institution Titles and this will bring  up all information relating to your  search.

The Top 10 Most Viewed resources can also  be found on the resource library page.



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