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VAFA
Premier
Uni Blacks

70

Colle-
gians

93

VAFA
Premier
Uni Blues

109

Beau-
maris

61

Lisa
Weightman

5th

London
Marathon

2:25:11

MWBL
A3

29

Rese-
arch

2

Big V
D1M

79

Shepp-
arton

62

Big V
D1M

87

Sun-
bury

77

Big V
D2W

57

Black-
burn

45

Big V
D2W

58

Craig-
ieburn

42

XCR'17
Prem
Men

3rd
1:55:31

XCR'17
Prem
Women

10th
2:10:59

GV
Women

12

Monash

24

HV
Men's
Prem.

2

Power-
house

8

HV
Women's
Prem.

2

KBH

4

LV
D1M

8

Eltham

10

Dewar
Shield

71

South-
ern

7

FFV
WSL1
NW

0

South
Yarra

4

FFV
MSL3
NW

1

LTU

2

VVL
Prem.
Men

3

East-
side

0

VVL
Prem.
Women

3

East-
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0

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25
ANZAC Day
Adjusted opening hours and GF classes
APR
28
Varsity Challenge
Table Tennis
MAY
3
Varsity Challenge
Hockey, Volleyball and Touch

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  Strategic Plan

 
STRATEGIC PLAN   2015 - 2020   VISION FOR SPORT   ANNUAL REPORT

SPORT STRATEGIC PLAN REVIEW

MU Sport is currently undertaking a review of the Strategic Plan for Sport 2010 - 2015 with the intention to have a new/updated 5 year plan endorsed by early 2015.

A draft document will be prepared and circulated for feedback from all stakeholders late November/early December, but if you like to provide feedback to the current plan click here, or complete below.
 

 

 


Strategic Plan

Sport has always had a special significance through the performance of sporting clubs, teams and high profile athletes that enhance the reputation of the University. Increasing numbers of students, staff and alumni continue to participate in a range of sport, fitness and recreation activities (visitor numbers exceeded 1 million in 2009) encouraging a balanced lifestyle and building a healthy community. Participation and involvement in sport events and clubs also develops life long connections that encourage the alumni to support the University and ensure that sport is an essential component of the Melbourne Experience.

The University of Melbourne Sport Strategic Plan has been prepared by the Board and staff of Melbourne University Sport (MU Sport) with the vision that the University of Melbourne will be the leading Australian university in sporting performance, participation and quality of facilities. The plan is the culmination of almost twelve months of review and consultation involving the Board and staff, Office of the Provost, sporting clubs, the Melbourne University Sports Association, residential colleges, key strategic partners, programme and facility users.

The strategic plan is consistent with the University's ‘Growing Esteem Strategy' and supports the objective of attracting the ‘best and brightest'. According to the results of the Melbourne Experience 2008 Survey (p. 42) almost 40% of first year students accessed the sporting facilities either frequently or occasionally with 55% of students agreeing and or strongly agreeing that sport, fitness and recreational facilities and programmes are an important part of their university experience. It will be critical to achieving the vision for sport that the University support capital development projects to continue to provide access to quality sport and recreation facilities.

Sport at the University has a long and proud history and as the custodians of this legacy the plan belongs to all the stakeholders. It is the belief of the Board that achieving the objectives contained in the plan will significantly improve the outcomes for students, staff and the broader University community for 2015 and beyond.

Geoff Rees - Chairman
Tim Lee - Director of Sport


 

 

 
 
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