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Student Representative Committee

What does the Student Representative Committee (SRC) do?

The SRC on each campus is responsible for enriching the student experience on and off campus. The SRC is student run and 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, and plans and promote sporting, community and cultural events

•  Inspires students to debate and take action on issues ranging from social awareness to the environment

Meet your SRC

Campus  Position Student Representative
Toowoomba and online
 
 
 
 
 
 
Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences student representatives Hassan Al-Omran
Dheeraj Varma Nadimpalli
Reegan Milne
Brooke Chapman
Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts student representatives Ashley Hunter
Micah Arnold
Danielle Champan
Online student representatives Danielle Apps
Three positions vacant
Postgraduate representative Vacant
International representative  Vacant
Indigenous student representative Vacant
Contact the Toowoomba and online SRC
Springfield Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences student representatives Jackie Rogers
Nicole March
Jacob Ducat
Andrew Beckman
Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts student representatives Alice Foddy
Dean Bussian
Alexia Assan
Joshua Evans
Jack Kelly
Christopher Mulcahy
Postgraduate representative Alan Swanepoel
International representative Hoang Huong
 Contact the Springfield SRC
Fraser Coast President Aaron Smith
Vice President Danee Ciesolka
Secretary Tamara Kimber
Indigenous representative Vacant
Business and Commerce representatives Felicity Holder
Belinda Hall
Education representatives Samuel Martin
Chris Sami
Nursing and Health representatives Peta Greenfield
Vacant
Counselling and Psychology representatives Sterling Fitzgerald
Vacant
Ashes Fraser Coast Editor Nic Duthie
 Contact the Fraser Coast SRC
Ipswich All positions will be advertised in Semester 1, 2016!  
 Contact Phoenix Central

How to be on the SRC?

Nominations to gain a position on the SRC are open yearly. The next formal nomination round will be held from 24 August - 4 September 2015 where all positions will be advertised. 

Positions that are advertised as vacant  can be applied for prior to this date by directly contacting each SRC. You need to state which position you would like to apply for an supply a nomination statement outlining why you should be an SRC member. The SRC will then contact you and let you know if your application has been successful. 

Refer to SRC Terms of Reference (PDF* 100KB).


*This file is Portable Document Format (PDF) which requires the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader. A free copy of Acrobat Reader may be obtained from Adobe. Users who are unable to access information in PDF format should email PhoenixCentral.Tmba@usq.edu.au or phone +61 7 4631 1880 to obtain this information in an alternative format. 

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