Student Representation Committee (SRC) and Student Associations

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Student Representation Committee

The Student Representation Committee (SRC) provides a clear and consistent approach for communication between the University and the student cohorts that the SRC represent. It is a forum for the dissemination, discussion and debate of information and knowledge about matters of student interest and a mechanism to gain student perspective to inform actions designed to benefit the student experience. The SRC recommends to the Vice Chancellor how Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) funds should be allocated to provide services to students.

SRC membership is for a period of two years and below are the student representatives for the 2018–2019 term.

Coffs Harbour Student Representative
(including the National Marine Science Centre)
Nathan Galloway
n.galloway.11@student.scu.edu.au
Gold Coast Student Representative Brendan Swan
b.swan.22@student.scu.edu.au
Ph: 0447 780 048
The Hotel School Student Representative
(including students enrolled at The Hotel School Sydney and The Hotel School Melbourne)
Karthik Ram Vasudevan
k.vasudevan.10@student.scu.edu.au
International Student Representative
(International students studying in Australia)
Amy Rony
a.rony.10@student.scu.edu.au
Lismore Student Representative Alicia Van Den Berg
a.van.den.berg.30@student.scu.edu.au
Online Student Representative Alison Dawes
a.dawes.13@student.scu.edu.au
Postgraduate Student Representative Vera Cruickshank
v.cruickshank.10@student.scu.edu.au
President or nominee of each Student Association

Gold Coast Campus Student Association (CoastRs)
Coffs Harbour Students Association (CHSA)
Lismore and External Students Association (LEXSA)
Southern Cross Postgraduate Association (SCPA)

Pro Vice Chancellor (Students)
Chair of the SRC
Professor Nan Bahr
nan.bahr@scu.edu.au

If you would prefer to communicate with all SRC members at once please use the SRCMembers@scu.edu.au email address.

Student Representation Committee Rules.

Student Associations

CoastRs Student AssociationCoastRs

CoastRs are your Gold Coast student association and are run by students for students. CoastRs aim to deliver equitable services to all students, internal and external by implementing funds in student facilities, clubs/Societies, courses and services focusing on engagement, advocacy and welfare. Our membership is $1 annually and all students are welcome to join.
Phone: +61 7 5589 3072
Email: coastrs@scu.edu.au
Web: coastrs.com.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SCUCoastRs
Instagram: @coastrs_scu
Room B4.30, Level 4 Building B, Southern Cross Drive, Gold Coast campus

Coffs Harbour Student AssociationCoffs Harbour Students Association

The Coffs Harbour Students Association is run by students for students in the Coffs Coast area. We aim to support a quality university experience for our members through providing a range of non-academic services and experiences. We offer a range of social events, subsidised educational courses, clubs and societies, and run the popular Uni Lounge, which gives students a space to enjoy free tea and coffee and a place to socialise and study. Check out our website to find out more. Our Office is located at F Block, next to the Bus Stop.
Phone: +61 2 6659 3299
Email: chsa@scu.edu.au
Web: www.scuchsa.com.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/scuchsa

Lexsa Student AssociationLEXSA

LEXSA is your Lismore Student Association run by students for students. We aim to make your student experience as easy and enjoyable as possible by delivering services, events, clubs and societies and support programs to internal and external students. LEXSA membership is $5 for the first year and $1 every year after and all students are welcome to join.
Phone: +61 2 6626 9527
Email: lexsa@scu.edu.au
Web: lexsa.com.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lexsaSCU
Shop 11b Goodman Plaza, Southern Cross University, East Lismore NSW 2480

Southern Cross Postgraduate AssociationSouthern Cross Postgraduate Association

Southern Cross Postgraduate Association (SCPA) advances and oversees the interests of postgraduate students at Southern Cross University campuses. The Association is responsible for liaising with University authorities, organising professional and social functions, providing facilities and services, and identifying educational and other needs of postgraduate students. The SCPA has a Blackboard site with information and resources for all postgraduate students. The SCU Postgraduate Student Site should appear under your ‘My Information and Workgroups Sites’ when you login to MySCU.
Phone: +61 2 6659 3900
Email: scpa-admin@scu.edu.au.
Web: scpa.net.au

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