Student leadership provides our students with an opportunity for service, enhances their graduate attributes and enables them to demonstrate skills and attitudes that will make them more competitive in selection for employment.
Student leaders partner with university staff and leaders in ensuring the vitality and dynamism of the ACU community and student experience. These roles provide an opportunity to make a difference and contribute to the development of ACU.
Senate has made some recent changes to the student leadership roles and responsibilities. The roles of Student Senator and ACUNSA President have been separated. In 2016, the Student Senator will continue to be on Academic Board, and as Senator is a director of the company Australian Catholic University Limited.
The Student Senator is not required to be a member of a Campus Student Association. All students currently undertaking at least one course of study at ACU are eligible to nominate candidates, be nominated for office and to vote for the position of Student member of Senate. Postgraduate and Undergraduate students are invited to nominate.
The President of ACUNSA will now be a stand-alone role. All members of Campus Student Associations are eligible to nominate candidates, be nominated for office and to vote for the President of ACUNSA position. ACUNSA is a committee of students comprising the Presidents of each Campus Student Association and the ACUNSA President.
Please help raise awareness of the student elections and encourage students to consider nominating themselves.