School Associations exist to represent, support and engage students in each of the 14 Schools of the University.
Being a representative within your School helps to develop personal and professional skills, looks great on your resume and means you play a part in ensuring Flinders University values, supports and inspires students to achieve their full potential.
If a School Association doesn’t exist, FUSA will assist with their creation.
Affiliated School Associations that have an endorsement from the appropriate Dean will be eligible for funding of up to $3,000 each year. How great is that?
What can School Associations do?
School Associations create a community of students within a school by:
Supporting students through their educational pathway
Running events and social activities.
Helping students get appropriate support
Providing feedback to the school
The following School Associations currently exist:
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
School of Computer Sciences, Engineering and Maths
School of Business
School of History and International Relations
School of Psychology
School of Social and Policy Studies
School of Education
School of Humanities and Creative Arts
School of Health Sciences
School of Nursing and Midwifery
The following schools have Student Associations you may be interested in joining:
School of Law
School of Medicine
For other clubs and societies related to Schools or Faculties head here http://fusa.edu.au/clubs/find-a-club/
Don’t see your School here?
We can help you establish a School Association to represent you and your fellow students!
Get in touch with Adam Rau, Clubs and Events Officer at FUSA & he will run you through the steps. Adam.firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like some advice on how your School Association can represent students within your school in conversations around learning and teaching and the student experience please get in touch with Kate Walsh, Representation and Development Officer at FUSA email@example.com