Making MAPS Better

A one question survey... a chance to win a $100 gift certificate for answering that one question.  What could be easier or more fair than that ... oh, and you're helping to make your student association better too!

Change is vital; improvement the logical form of change. - James Cash Penney


The McMaster Association of Part-time Students (MAPS) is here for you - our members.  We are always looking for ways to improve, and very often the best ideas come from someone just like you!

Is there a service that you would like that is currently not offered by us or another campus partner?

Is there an issue you think needs to be investigated so that we can advocate for change with the university?

Did you see something cool somewhere that you think would be great at McMaster?

All suggestions are welcome, and each will be reviewed and responded to.

But here's the best part:  If you send us an idea (and include your personal information), you are automatically entered into a monthly draw for a $100 gift certificate at the Campus Store.  Unfortunately only MAPS members are eligible for the monthly draw, but we will accept ideas from anyone who takes the time to fill out this form).

So, let's hear your idea!

* What would you suggest to make MAPS better?
(100 character limit)

* If you want to add anything else (or ran out of room above) please enter it here.
(another 100 character limit)

* In order to be entered into our monthly draw you need to be a member of MAPS (see definition below) and you need to complete personal information requested below.  This information will be used to validate your membership and to contact you should you be the monthly draw winner.

You are eligible to be entered into the monthly draw if one of the following applies to you:

1.  You were or are enrolled in courses at the Centre for Continuing Education

2.  You were enrolled in less than 18 units in the prior September-April academic term; or

3.  You transferred your members to MAPS in the prior September-April academic term; or

4.  You are taking courses in the current Spring/Summer terms AND you weren't a full-time student at McMaster in the prior September-April academic term.

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