Student Advice & Advocacy Service Providing academic advice, assistance and support.

Student Advice & Advocacy Service

The UTSSA Student Advocacy Service provides a free, independent and confidential service to UTS students needing academic advice and support.

#What are Student Advocates?

The UTSSA employs professional and experienced Student Advocates (caseworkers) to provide advice, assistance and support to students with a range of academic concerns.

Student Advocates are committed to providing a high quality service and are available to accompany students to Misconduct and Appeals hearings - providing step-by-step advice and support throughout the entire process.

Anything you speak to our Student Advocate caseworkers about is completely confidential and none of your information or the content of your sessions with a caseworker will ever be shared without your permission.

#How can Student Advocates help you?

Student Advocates can help you with:

  • appealing an exclusion notice
  • appealing an allegation of misconduct
  • querying an assessment or exam result
  • applying for special consideration
  • withdrawing after census date

#How can I access the UTSSA Student Advocacy Service?

Please contact the Students’ Association to make an appointment with a caseworker by:

  • Calling us – (02) 9514 1155
  • Attending a drop in session from 10:00 am-2:00 pm, Tuesdays
  • Visiting the Students’ Association office – we are located in the UTS Tower Building on Level 3 near the Food Court (CB01.03.22)

The UTSSA Student Advocacy Service is open throughout the year, and can be accessed Monday to Friday, 9am-4.30pm.

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UTS Tower Building - CB01.03.22 (near the Food Court)

opening times

Drop in times

10:00am-2:00 pm, Tuesdays



(02) 9514 1155