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Student representation

Meet your 2021 student reps

Constitution and Regulations

The DUSA Constitution and Regulations are our governing documents and apply to the organisation as a whole and in particular our representatives, staff and volunteers.

DUSA will always endeavour to follow our governance documents in a fair, accurate and consistent manner. If you have any questions regarding DUSA governance or governing documents, please contact the DUSA General Secretary dusa-gensec@deakin.edu.au

DUSA Annual General Meeting

The DUSA Annual General Meeting is held in May each year and provides DUSA members the opportunity to consider any special proposals and to look at the reporting of the organisation for the previous year. The Annual Report is presented to the meeting, which gives members and stakeholders a snapshot of the organisation. The Annual Report can be found in the Agenda below.

Attending the Annual General Meeting is a fantastic opportunity for our members to provide feedback, ask questions and have a voice in the direction of DUSA. All student members of DUSA receive a notice inviting them to attend the Annual General Meeting.

DUSA Student Council Meetings – Agendas and Minutes

DUSA is a democratic organisation, run by students, for students. Student Council Meetings are held every month, and as a DUSA member you have the right to attend and observe Student Council Meetings.

For more information on attending a Student Council Meeting please contact the DUSA General Secretary: dusa-gensec@deakin.edu.au. Below are the Agenda’s and Minutes of previous Student Council meetings.

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Become a student rep

Being a DUSA student representative is a fantastic opportunity and will surely make your university experience a memorable and rewarding one.

By getting involved in student representation, you can:

  • Organise campaigns on issues that affect students, such as concession cards for international students, Deakin’s environmental impact, or assignment submission practices
  • Address social issues such as homophobia, equal opportunity, disability access or environmental degradation
  • Negotiate with senior university staff to ensure Deakin meets its obligations to students
  • Organise social events including BBQs, balls and live entertainment
  • Lead university sports teams and choose how DUSA fosters clubs and societies
  • Develop professional and personal skills while meeting hundreds of fantastic people
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