Welcome

ANU Students’ Association is a student-run organisation at ANU, with three aims: wins for students, a bangin’ campus life and a fair go for all.

We run organise social events, employ 3 Student Assistance Officers, and advocate for students’ interests to the university and governments. We also run the Brian Kenyon Student Space in Union Court, as well as a bunch of other services that will help you during your time at uni.

Current Campaigns

Passionate about issues affecting students? Come along to ANUSA Education Commitee, 12pm Thursdays in the ANUSA Boardroom.

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Latest News

OGM 4 Notice and SRC 7 Agenda

OGM 4 Notice and SRC 7 Agenda

Please find the notices for OGM 4 SRC 7...

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Legislation for Chris Pyne’s Higher Ed manifesto has hit Parliament but won’t be passed without a fight

Legislation for Chris Pyne’s Higher Ed manifesto has hit Parliament but won’t be passed without a fight

On August 28, the Education Minister’s Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill 2014 (http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Bills_Legislation/Bills_Search_Results/Result?bId=r5325) (legislation for Christopher...

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Interactive Drug and Alcohol Training

Interactive Drug and Alcohol Training

In semester one, ANUSA coordinated a very successful drug and alcohol training session with Alcocups. The three hour session covers information on standard drinks, blood alcohol levels, using 'beer goggles', as well as classifyin...

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ANUSA is writing a submission for the Residential Tenancies ACT review

ANUSA is writing a submission for the Residential Tenancies ACT review

The ACT government are currently reviewing the Residential Tenancies ACT 1997. This is the law that governs tenancies, share housing and occupancy agreements (for example the contract between you and your residential college)....

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Mental Health Pieces

Mental Health Pieces

The ANUSA team has been active in promoting mental health awareness and initiatives amongst the undergraduate student body. The 2014 Queer* Officer, Ben Gill wrote a fantastic piece published in the latest Woroni Edition. If y...

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