Supporting student representation
Are you a student representative? Would you like to be? Would you like to contact one?
There are currently more than 50 students serving as elected or appointed representatives (alongside academics, staff members and others) on various UTS committees, boards and governing bodies.
While Student Services Unit (SSU) supports student representatives and student engagement generally, Governance Support Unit (GSU) is the main body providing committee and electoral support for governance at UTS - including maintaining an elections website, where you can view vacant student representative positions.
Serving as a student representative is just one way that students can help lead and create change at UTS. Beyond launching and facilitating their own efforts, students can be involved with UTS related programs and opportunities including (but not limited to):
- UTS Students' Association
- International Student Liaison Committee
- (dis)ability Action Group of Students
- UTS Union clubs and societies
- Peer Network
- Residential Network
- SPROUTS (contact your Faculty for details)
- UTS Shopfront
- UTS jobs and volunteering
- UTS Student Forums (opens an external site)
(The Student Ombuds Office is also available to students as a resource)