Apply for a student representative position!

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There are a range of opportunities for experienced students to be involved in university governance by becoming a student representative on a Charles Sturt University Committee, Faculty or School Board. In addition to the incredible experience and leadership skills to be gained, it is also a fantastic opportunity for interested students to improve their employability by adding a student representative position to their resume. The positions in most instances are 2-year terms, therefore it is preferred that applicants have one or two years of study to go. Don’t miss out on a wonderful opportunity!

Have your say in university governance

Student representatives ensure the student perspective is heard within the University planning and decision-making process by:

  • Contributing to the student learning experience by suggesting ideas, solutions and improvements
  • Representing student needs and raising issues of concern
  • Gathering opinions and views of students and providing student focused feedback
  • Participating in professional development and training

Apply to become a Student Representative

There are several positions vacant across Faculty and School Boards:

  • School of Business (PG)
  • School of Business (UG)
  • School of Psychology (UG)
  • School of Psychology (UG)
  • School of Agriculture, Environmental and Veterinary Sciences (UG)
  • School of Allied Health, Exercise and Sports Science (PG)
  • School of Dentistry and Medical Sciences (UG)
  • School of Nursing, Para-medicine and Healthcare Sciences (PG)
  • School of Indigenous Australian Studies

Applications will close 30th November 2021.

Learn more about the positions available and apply now to become a student representative.