Dane Luo

Dane Luo

SRC Vice President
Wanlin (Caitlyn) Chu

Wanlin (Caitlyn) Chu

SRC Vice President

Hello!

We are Dane and Caitlyn and we will your Vice Presidents this year. We are here to help you when you feel lost in the sea of 34,000 undergraduate students in a big, big school. We are here to make sure your SRC works for you!

Wait what…what’s the SRC?

The SRC is the peak representative body for USyd undergraduate student. Essentially, we’re a body made up of students. For our students. We serve for the rights and benefits of all students from different backgrounds.

We listen to your voice and work to help you overcome difficulties in your study and daily life. We fight for fairness and justice, making our University become an inclusive and multicultural environment. As your Vice Presidents, we are passionate and enthusiastic for helping students. This year, we want to be promoting our FREE and PROFESSIONAL caseworkers and legal service.

What’s happening this year?

In 2019, we will be focusing on your WELFARE and WELLBEING. We are advocating to improve your degrees and student life by representing you on University committees. We are working with your Faculty Societies to organise exciting events this year. We are working to Health and Welfare Days. And we are hoping to improve mental health initiatives on campus.

Don’t ever hesitate to get in contact with us. You can contact us via our email (vice.president@src.usyd.edu.au) or find us in the SRC offices (located underneath the Wentworth Building).

Dane and Caitlyn

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