Universitas Muhammadiyah Magelang (UNIMMA) held the ceremonial for the Independent Learning-Independent Campus (MBKM) program last Monday (4/10). The agenda was conducted in the Village Administrative Office of Seloprojo, Magelang regency. The dean, the head of study programs, lecturers, and the representatives of the Institute for Education and Student Development (LP2MA) attended online. Moreover, the village head, Gunadi, and the administrative officers of Pernolo, Seloprojo, Ngaglik, and Praten sub-villages attended in person.
In his remarks, Gunadi stated his hope for the partnership of the two parties run well. “By the good collaboration, it will create Seloprojo as an excellent village,” he said. Furthermore, he also stated the problems faced by the village, which may become research material for the students. For example, the lack of water availability in the Praten sub-village; on the other hand, the water availability of the Seloprojo sub-village was enough. Moreover, the problem of road access in Seloprojo sub-village for the 4 wheels vehicles. He also suggested that the 21 students be divided into 4 teams in Seloprojo sub-villages.
The ceremonial agenda was an implementation of the Event Management subject. All of the 3rd-year Communication Science UNIMMA students became the committee and the organizers of the agenda. Also, it became a collaborative medium in Community Services (KKN) Thematic MBKM between Communication Science and Seloprojo village communities. The Head of Communication Science, Dwi Susanti SIKom, MA, who was also the supervisor lecturer, hoped that the students provided many advantages for the communities.  Humas UNIMMA / Diktilitbang