- Macquarie University
- Level 1, 18 Wally’s Walk
- North Ryde NSW 2109
- E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Working closely with both students and staff, the SRC represents and advocates the interests of students to the highest levels of the University as the peak consultative body for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The SRC strives to ensure that your voice is heard in relation to matters such as:
We also have an elected student representative on the University Council to ensure that an independent student perspective is considered in all strategic decision-making that affects students.
The SRC organises and funds a range of activities, events, and initiatives that seek to enhance the student university experience.
For example, in 2016 the SRC:
In recent years, the SRC has identified several priorities for proposed expenditure above and beyond the current level of University expenditure
We also provide grants for student groups and postgraduates to hold events that will foster a greater sense of community. You can apply for a grant by filling out:
The purpose of the SRC is to:
We aim to advance the education, culture, and wellbeing of the student community. For example, we were instrumental in bringing the new Macquarie University Spatial Experience (MUSE) space to life.
We also act as a means of communication between the University, the student community, and the Major Student Organisations (MSO). The SRC may also perform any other functions conferred on it by the Vice-Chancellor.
The SRC must meet at least four times per year and upon set procedures and rules. Review the procedures and minutes resulting from these meetings.
Members are elected for two-year terms. Find out how you can get involved in the Student Representative Committee.
Remember, the overarching goal of the SRC is to make Macquarie what you want it to be!