Put your stamp on SSAF

In 2012, Charles Sturt University (CSU) introduced the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).

SSAF helps CSU maintain and enhance student services and amenities of a non-academic nature, so things like the Student Portal, on campus sporting facilities, employment and careers advice, and student counselling.

In fact, SSAF funds support the production of student media like Charlie – Your Student Voice!

Dean of Students, Professor Julia Coyle, has sent an email to your Message Centre seeking input into how SSAF funds should be spent.

“Since 2012, SSAF has allowed us to enhance the range and quality of support services available to both on campus and distance education students, helping to improve and enrich student life,” Professor Coyle said.

“We want students to put their stamp on CSU by telling us their spending priorities against 19 legislated funding areas via a brief online survey.

“I encourage you to have your say by completing this survey. You will also go into the draw to win a MacBook Air or one of ten $50 Coles Myer vouchers.”

Check your Message Centre for more information and a link to the survey or simply access the SSAF survey online and ‘Put your stamp on CSU’. Survey closes Friday 31 July.