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