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SSAF submissions close 19 June!

SSAF submissions close 19 June!

There’s not long to go – the 2015 Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) submissions close on Friday 19 June. Time to get a move on to make sure you secure funding to put your stamp on CSU!

There are plenty of reasons why you should make a SSAF submission:

  • You can make sure your annual SSAF payment goes towards something you are passionate about and can benefit from
  • Through a SSAF submission you can contribute to the ongoing development of essential services and amenities for all CSU students
  • You can make a positive impact on the CSU student experience
  • It’s a great way to show pride in your university and put your stamp on CSU (with the added bonus of bragging rights, even long after you’ve graduated!)

Past SSAF funded projects include refurbishment and improvement of campus facilities, provision of student services such as counselling and health and wellbeing initiatives, and student engagement platforms such as Charlie, just to name a few.

The CSU SSAF Steering Committee seeks projects that will provide long-term benefits and equitable impact for the diverse student body. If you’re keen to make a submission, make sure you have written endorsement from your relevant Student Representative Committee (SRC), Student Club or School representative; including School Office Manager or Subject Coordinator.

If you have an idea but need more support, Student Liaison Officers within the Office for Students are available to discuss initiatives and provide advice regarding project costs.

SSAF submissions close 19 June. For an application form or more information head to

This is an SSAF funded initiative
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