Hayley (Luoyu) Zhang, Flora Zhao, James Ardouin, Annabel de Mestre

Hayley (Luoyu) Zhang, Flora Zhao, James Ardouin, Annabel de Mestre

Residential College Officers

The University of Sydney is home to nearly 2,000 students in several Residential Colleges, each with their own unique culture, history and community. They provide a rich and supportive community for students on campus, with a range of college and intercollege activities in sport, drama, debating, arts, and socialising, in addition to powerful bonds of communal support and a deep enrichment of university life.

The College Officers are elected by the university student body to ensure that this community is adequately represented, supported, and improved through cooperating with the SRC and wider university. In particular, the College Officers seek to ensure that the wide range of services the SRC provides, including legal representation, support in academic appeals, emergency financial support, support against discrimination and safe spaces for marginalised groups, are available and widely known within Intercol (that’s the entire College community). This means that as Residential College Officers we are elected to represent the interests of all college students on campus which includes those at St Paul’s, Wesley, St Andrew’s, Women’s, Sancta Sophia, St John’s, International House and Mandelbaum House.

Latest Reports

Residential College Officers – Week 5, Sem 2, 2019

<em>James Ardouin and Annabel De Mestre</em> It is to our great pleasure that we’re able to present the first report of the Residential College Officers in some time. It is also our privilege to report to the Council that in a meeting of the Residential Colleges Officers, the Department has created the Intercollegiate Collective. This […]

Residential College Officer’s Report – Week 2, Sem 1, 2016

Hi Everyone, let us introduce ourselves as your college office bearers for 2016! It’s the new year and a new semester, meaning we have just seen a hoard of new students moving into college for the first time. While everyone was partying at Manning or watching Shannon Noll, the new residence of the University of […]