The Students’ Representative Council (SRC), run by students for students since 1929, is the peak representative body for undergraduate students at the University of Sydney. The SRC exists to defend and advance the interests of USyd students. SRC office bearers and collectives campaign on a range of issues important to students:
Education Action Group • Wom*n’s • Indigenous • Queer • Environment • International Students’ • Autonomous Collective Against Racism • Student Housing • Global Solidarity • Welfare • Social Justice • Disabilities & Carers • Campus Refugee Action.
We are YOUR student association and we have a long history of fighting for student rights. We stand for a free, fair and funded education, universal student unionism and a society free of discrimination and oppression.
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