The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) is the peak representative body for over 35,000 undergraduate students 
at the University of Sydney.

Student Representation

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. MORE INFO >

SRC Casework Help

Assisting students with academic and welfare issues. FREE, independent, confidential, advocacy and advice for USyd undergraduates including: Academic rights & appeals, Special consideration & special arrangements, HECS & fee refunds, Academic misconduct & dishonesty, Show cause & exclusion appeals, Centrelink, Tenancy & accommodation, Harassment & discrimination, Financial issues, Tax Help (July–October). MORE INFO >

SRC Legal Service

Our solicitors provide FREE legal advice and a referral service to undergraduate students at Usyd.
Police & court matters, traffic/transport offences, immigration law & visas, consumer rights, Employment Law, witness / certify documents, representation in court where appropriate. MORE INFO >

SRC Publications

Honi Soit, published by the SRC since 1929 is Australia’s most widely read weekly student newspaper. News, politics, culture and satire. Pick up a free copy on campus during semester, or read online. The SRC also publishes the Counter Course Handbook, the SRC Orientation Handbook and Growing Strong Wom*n’s Handbook. MORE INFO >

Your Student Representatives

Your SRC on Campus