USQ Academic and Governance representatives
At USQ we have created positions in our university committees to allow you to represent your fellow students, and to ensure that students are considered in decision making processes.
How do I become a representative?
What committee will I be able to join?
Why should I become a representative?
Becoming a student representative opens up a number of opportunities within the University and the community:
become part of a group of students that network with professionals at USQ
contribute to decision making by representing the views of your current students
participate in professional development and training
have the opportunity to attend the National Student Leadership Forum
have a say in how to spend your Student Amenities Fee.
What will I be required to do?
attend and provide a voice for students at the scheduled committee meetings
access meeting documents prior to meetings to ensure that you are well informed
gather information required to ensure student representation at these meetings
Are there additional opportunities for elected student representatives?
Yes. Elected student representatives can also be a representative on the USQ Student Forum. Two student representatives will also have the opportunity to attend the National Student Leadership Forum in Canberra. Student Representatives will also have access to various professional development courses.
For more information or if you have any questions, please email the Student Leadership Officer.