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Student Representative Committee

What does the SRC do?

The Student Representative Committee (SRC) on each campus is responsible for enriching the student experience on and off campus. The SRC works with Campus Management and Phoenix Central staff. It also represents the student voice on the USQ Student Forum, which determines the allocation of your Student Amenities Fees. The SRC

•  represents USQ students and ensures that they are part of the campus decision-making process
•  plays an important part in the social activities of campus life, works with Phoenix Central to plan and promote sporting, community and cultural events
•  Inspires students to debate and take action on issues ranging from social awareness to the environment

Who is the SRC?


Nominations to gain a position on the SRC are open yearly. Nominations for the year 2014/2015 are open 25 August to 5 September. 

Contact details for the SRC will be available once nominations are over.

How to be on the SRC?


Nominate yourself for one of the positions listed below. Complete the nomination form (84kb) and forward it to Phoenix Central at Toowoomba, Springfield or Fraser Coast. Leadership positions such as SRC President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary are available internally (Treasurer only available on Toowoomba and Springfield SRCs). Positions for online students are available on the Toowoomba SRC, if you cannot attend the meeting you can attend via tele/video conference.

Available Positions

 SRC Location         Available Positions
Springfield 
One postgraduate representative
One international student representative
Seven Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts student representatives
Three Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences student representatives
*for Ashes student newspaper Springfield Editor, please nominate through the Ashes Editorial Committee

Fraser Coast
Ashes student newspaper Fraser Coast Editor
One Indigenous student representative
Two School of Business and Commerce student representatives
Two School of Education student representatives
Two School of Nursing and Health student representatives
Two School of Counselling and Psychology

Toowoomba or
online students

One postgraduate student representative
One international student representative
One indigenous student representative
Four Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts student representatives
Four Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences student representatives
Four online/external student representatives
*for Ashes student newspaper Toowoomba or online Editor, please nominate through the Ashes Editorial Committee




Refer to SRC Terms of Reference (101kb).