UOW has a lengthy history with student representation. Issues UOW onshore students face can be raised through one of the following representative groups:
- Student Advisory Council (SAC)
- Wollongong University Student Association (WUSA)
- Wollongong University Postgraduate Association (WUPA)
- University Committees (Council and Academic Senate and their subcommittees)
- Faculty and Campus Representatives
- UOW Pulse and UniActive
Student Representatives can provide you with information relating to a wide range of matters. If you are uncertain on how to approach a particular issue relating to student representation or which representative group you should approach, please contact a Student Association Assistant on 4221 4201.
Student Advocacy Service
The Student Advocacy Officer provides assistance to undergraduate and postgraduate students on an individual basis by representing the cause or interest of the student in areas that impact on the quality of their experience whilst studying at the University of Wollongong. The position is independent of the University of Wollongong and reports to the Presidents of the Wollongong Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) and the Wollongong University Postgraduates Association (WUPA).
To contact the Independent Student Advocacy Officer phone 4221 4203 or email: Siobhan Christian. Shev can be found in 19.G033. You can also call her on 0429 810195 or email via firstname.lastname@example.org or, alternatively you can email Shev's colleague Rachel Cathcart: email@example.com.