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The Student Representative Council

#What is the SRC?

The SRC is a team of students elected each year by the student body to represent all UTS students and act as the peak governing body for the UTSSA.

Its role is to represent student issues, run campaigns on student initiatives, participate in national education campaigns, support safer spaces on campus, lobby for the reduction of course fees, provide a strategic direction for the UTSSA and ensure that students are represented at all decision-making levels at UTS. These are all discussed and voted on at its monthly meetings.

The Student Representative Council runs several campaigns around student issues, both campus-specific and national.

#What do we do?

The SRC, through the UTSSA, also runs several campaigns around student issues, both campus-specific, such as the Know Your Union campaign - and national - such as those run by the National Union of Students (NUS) which target the quality of our education, safety on campus, unfair course costs and decreasing HECS.

#How do I get involved?

Elections for the SRC are held annually in October, giving all UTS students a say when it comes to who will represent them and their values. Students are able to nominate to run for a position, and all UTS students are eligible to vote.

Any UTS students are welcome to attend an SRC meeting and participate in our campaigns. Check out our website for more information.

#SRC Executive Team

Aidan O'Rourke

Aidan O'Rourke

President

Erin Dalton

Erin Dalton

General Secretary

Camille Smith

Camille Smith

Assistant General Secretary

Sabrine Yassine

Sabrine Yassine

Welfare Officer

Ellie Woodward

Ellie Woodward

Education Officer