Student Representation

Student Representation Review

Thank you to all of the students who provided your feedback on Student Representation via the online survey and participation in the focus groups. Your voice, in addition to benchmarking and observations, has informed recommendations included in the Student Representation Review Report which was endorsed by University Council on Friday 20 October 2017. 

A summary of the Review is available here

The full Student Representation Review Report is now available.

Implementation will commence immediately and continue into 2018. For any specific enquiries please contact

Survey Prize Winners

Congratulations to the following winners of the survey prizes- a $50 Visa pre-paid Gift card:

  • Kathrin BOGUSZ
  • Margaret PYKE
  • Ben BROWN
  • Jennifer LYSLE-VAN DYK
  • Aysen HASDIRAZ

For more information please view the

  1. Frequently asked questions
  2. Student Representation Review - Terms of Reference; and
  3. Prize terms and conditions


Student Representative Forum

The Student Representative Forum is a meeting of student representatives from throughout the University. Student representatives usually meet four times per year to discuss University-wide issues affecting students.

The meeting dates for 2017 are:

  • Wednesday, 22 March
  • Wednesday, 31 May
  • Wednesday, 16 August
  • Wednesday, 11 October

If you would like any information please contact the Governance Unit by emailing 

Find out more about the Student Representative Forum »

Student Representative Handbook

For all new and returning representatives, the Student Representative Handbook has been put together to introduce, assist and guide you through your time with the SRF.

The Handbook includes important information on your roles and responsibilities as a representative, the governance structure of the University, what the Student Representative Forum is and what to expect from SRF meetings. as well as tips and tricks to help you along the way. 

The Handbook is available online to help you navigate the complex structures and processes of the University and give you confidence in your role as a Student Representative.

For those interested in applying for a Student Representative role, this Handbook is also a useful tool to discover what could be in store for you. 

For more information contact the Governance Unit by emailing

Faculty, Regional Campus and Woolyungah Student Representatives

Any student interested in filling a vacant position can contact the Governance Unit at

Information about the 2016 Faculty, Regional Campus and Woolyungah Student Representative Elections »

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 or, alternatively you can email Shev's colleague Rachel Cathcart: