For those passionate about activism and the student movement, there are several opportunities to get involved
While you’re here at uni we’re here for you.
#What is the UTSSA?
The UTS Students’ Association (UTSSA) is here to represent, support and advocate for the UTS student body. Run by students, for students, we run a number of free services to make sure that your time at uni is rewarding and stress-free as possible.
#What do we do?
The Students' Association advocates for high quality, full accessible education system which recognises students as the priority. We want to ensure that your voice is heard at the highest levels of the university.
We deliver a number of student support services including, Academic Advocacy and Advice, Peer Tutoring, Bluebird and Night Owl, Food Pantry and Vertigo publications.
#How can I get involved?
It's pretty simple! Everyone can be involved with the work of the Students' Association. Whether it be a one-off thing, like coming to an event or contributing to Vertigo, or a more permanent involvement, through joining a Collective, there's something for everyone.
We encourage all students to get involved. So if you wish to get in touch, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 9514 1155.
Each department in the Students' Association runs a collective which meets regularly to share ideas, discuss issues and design campaigns. Attending a meeting is a great way to meet like-minded people and find out how you can be more involved.
#Join our mailing list
Register as a member of the UTSSA when you drop in to to office, you can receive regular update through our mailing list. This is a great tool to find out about UTSSA campaigns and events.