About our student associations
Our student associations are the lifeblood of ACU Student Life. They are run for students, by students and ensure that your voice is heard at the highest levels of the university.
There are three types of student association at ACU:
- ACU National Student Association (ACUNSA)
- ACU Postgraduate Student Association (ACUPGA)
- local campus associations.
Each of these groups has a particular role in supporting and representing our student bodies.
These groups also have one thing in common: they all rely on students getting involved and working to make the ACU experience great for everyone.
Getting involved with a student association will help you develop leadership skills, build important networks and bring people together.
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ACU National Student Association (ACUNSA)
ACUNSA is the key student organisation at the university. The ACUNSA Council is comprised of the ACUNSA President, the ACU Postgraduates’ Association President, the six Campus Student Association Presidents, an Indigenous Representative, an
International Representative and an Online Representative.
Find out more about ACUNSA
ACU Postgraduates’ Association (ACUPGA)
The ACU Postgraduate Association (ACUPGA) offers support and advocacy, networking opportunities, workshops and seminars for postgraduate students who are completing either coursework or research degrees.
Find out more about ACUPGA
Campus Student Associations
Each of our campuses has a local student association that is committed to enhancing your time at university. These associations organise social events, represent their student bodies at a range of forums, and work with ACU to enrich your
Add your voice
Getting involved with a student association will help you develop leadership skills, build important networks and bring people together. As a student representative, you grow skills for the future in a supportive environment. You’ll also help to ensure the student voice is heard across ACU.
Find out more about leadership opportunities