Every year, you get the chance to vote in a Student Representative Council (SRC)— a group of AUT students elected by AUT students to represent the student voice on campus.
Your SRC members sit on committees where they can cause change. From academia to campus facilities, these members are elected to represent the study body in all aspects of the university experience.
If you’re concerned about something happening at AUT or in wider NZ society that might affect you and your peers (maybe your bus fee just increased and you think it’s too expensive), these are the people to talk to.
AUTSA Representation Structure and Roles
The students at AUT are represented by a Student Representatives Council (SRC), comprised of approximately 22 students, elected each year to represent different types of students.
The SRC is a student led body, tasked with representing the views and needs of AUT students.
Elections happen in the second semester, so if you have an interest in making student life better for others then make sure to put your name forward!
Interested in knowing more about what the SRC do?
We have monthly meetings which we encourage students to come along to - details below.
Next SRC Meeting: Friday 28th of April
10:30-12:30pm, City Campus Student Lounge
Have a question? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
SRC Documents & Info
Check out what the SRC can do
Talk points for next SRC meeting
SRC focus areas
AUTSA 2022-2027 Strategy Document
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