Niamh Mack is our NDSA Welfare Chair, committed to student advocacy on equity related matters, whilst offering you confidential and tailored advice to suit your unique needs at university.

Our Welfare Committee pride themselves in creating a safe space for discussion and liaison with campus facilities such as: Counselling, Chaplaincy & the Respect Officers.

 

 

What do we do? 

- Ensure you have access to a range of free sanitary hygiene products in all of our Prindiville Hall bathrooms (female identifying, male identifying & gender neutral).

- Organise fun events that centre around student welfare: Wellness Week, RUOKDay, International Women’s Day, IDAHOBIT Day & many more.

We are here to represent you on: 

 

- Welfare, Equity & Inclusivity matters

- Advocacy to ensure you are thriving in your studies

- University Policies

– ensuring that all programs and events are inclusive and non-discriminatory

- Pastoral Care, Mental Health & Student Support

- The student experience, at all levels (online learning, on-campus and remote)

 

 

Our committee representatives are

:

- Women’s Representative

- Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Representative

- LGBTIQA+ Representative

- Accessibility Representative

- Mature Age Representative

- International Student Representative

- Faith Representative

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All you have to do is ask.

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As Students, we know that student life can be hard enough as it, without the extra challenges life throws our way. If you need any assistance, please let us know.