Lobbies the University & the Government to make education accessible & equitable for all students
Weekly Education Action Group Meetings:Mondays 2pm, New Law Lawns
Lobbies the University & the Government to make education accessible & equitable for women students.
Weekly meetings: 1pm, Wednesdays, Manning Women’s Room
Discussion Groups: 5pm, Mon, Manning Women’s Room
Students working together for environmental and social justice, and sustainability.
Weekly meetings: Wed 12pm, Manning Sunken Lawn
Discussion Group: Thursday, 5pm, New Law seminar room 115 (fortnightly – odd weeks)
Students working together for justice for gay, lesbian and transgender people.
Weekly meetings: Mondays, 1-2pm, Queer Space (Basement of Holme Building).
You have the right to access a quality education regardless of any form of disability you may have. A disability is a permanent or temporary physical, sensory, neurological, learning, psychiatric, intellectual or medical condition that impairs your ability to study or participate in university life. SRC appoints Disabilities & Carers Officers to assist students in navigating their way through university, as well as supporting each other.
Weekly meetings: Wed, 3-4pm, New Law Building
A voice for indigenous Australian students on and off campus.
Students promoting cultural diversity, and fighting racism
The Welfare Collective will soon start holding regular meetings, but if you want to get a head start and get involved now, you can email email@example.com, or contact us directly at
Lobbies the University & the Government to ensure the rights of international students.
The Intercampus Officer ensures your needs on Satellite Campuses are met.
Contact your intercampus officers Annabelle King, Grace Roberts and Oscar Coleman via the SRC President: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mature Age Students’
Director of Operations