The UCSA represents all 16,334 undergraduate, postgraduate and UCC students enrolled across all campuses. We are the collective voice of all those enrolled within the University of Canberra and aim to create an engaging student culture. We strive to build a strong community on campus and ensure all students across all campuses are represented and have the best possible student experience while you are here.
The UCSA is governed and run by six Executive Committee members who work to advance the goals and programs of the Students’ enrolled within the University of Canberra.
All those involved at the UCSA are bound to deliver services, coordinate programming, and plan events to enrich your campus life experience and to represent students on a plethora of issues.
We are a body committed to representing the student cohort. We recognize those enrolled at the University of Canberra are not just students, but commuters, parents, workers and members of society who are affected by more than just education policy. We know that the ability to access education is affected by social policy that is connected to students lives in all sorts of ways. We are committed to ensuring political representation within the University of Canberra to improve the experience and to be a collective voice of those enrolled.
UCSA Executive Committee
UCSA representatives are elected by the student body and hold the position for a period of one year. The six elected Executive positions are:
President: Nawaf Ibrahim
Education Vice President: Mathew Zagby
Welfare Officer: Terry Watson
General Secretary: Jon Belmote
Women’s’ Officer: Jordan Louise McDaniel
International Students’ Officer: Kumar Sapkota
The UCSA publishes the only student magazine on campus run by students for students. Curieux is a conduit for communication with the student body, it allows students to write on engaging and important issues that matter to them, as well as having the autonomy to hold the University to account for decision that negatively impact the student body.
Curieux Editor: Lucy Bladen
Designer: Ian Dudley