We are thrilled to announce the launch of this new initiative that is set to make a real difference for students.
The Student Representation Network brings together student representatives from across Flinders University in a forum for discussion, collaboration, and change. Flinders University has hundreds of reps – in Topics and Courses – as well as students who sit on University Committees and other decision-making bodies. Until now there hasn’t been a place where we all can come together and share experiences and perspectives.
We believe that every student deserves a voice, and that is why we are inviting all reps to join us for our first meeting on 4 May on the main Bedford Park campus.
This will be your chance to meet fellow student representatives, network with like-minded individuals, and share your ideas on how we can create a better experience for all. The Student Representation Network provides advice to FUSA on empowering student representatives at the University, strengthening student participation in University decision-making, and on other matters raised by student representatives across the University. This means the Student Representation Network is more than a group of students meeting up – it can be a platform for change. We will ask for rep feedback on a specific policy or issue that the FUSA Education Officer is developing a position on, which they can then take to University committees and decision-makers.
If you are a rep passionate about making a difference and want to be part of a growing community, then the Student Representation Network is for you. We look forward to meeting you on 4 May and working together to create a better future for all students.
If you are a student representative, we have sent you details on how to RSVP.