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Student Representative
Council (SRC)

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.

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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!

Student Representative Council (SRC)
The students at AUT are represented by a Student Representatives Council (SRC), comprised of up to 22 students, elected each year to direct the operations of the student’s association. The SRC is a student led body, tasked with representing the views and needs of AUT students.

We currently have a few vacant roles, if you're interest
studentreps@autsa.org.nz
  • Name, year of study and what they study

  • A blurb explaining why you would be best suited for the position

President & Vice Presidents
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AUTSA President

Alicia Lemmer

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Vice President Academic

Tasfia Mahmood

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Vice President Community

Regina Tao

Faculty Representatives

The Faculty Reps, represent the students in their Faculty, their duties cover both academic, welfare and social needs of the students they represent. Faculty Reps sit on the Faculty Board, the highest-level committee within each Faculty, to represent the views and opinions of the students.

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Business, Economics & Law Faculty Representative

Ayse Almila Kilic

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Culture & Society Faculty

Representative

C Fonseca

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Design & Creative Technologies Faculty Representative

Sophie Lei

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Health & Environmental Sciences Faculty Representative

Louisa Marschner

Campus Representatives

Much like the Faculty Reps, the Campus Reps are positioned to represent the unique needs of student at each Campus.

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City Campus 

Representative

Rohan Patel

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North Campus Representative

Sharmin Memon

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South Campus Representative

James McBain

Officer Portfolios

Officer Portfolios to ensure the student executive is able to listen and respond to the widest range of student views, opinions and needs.

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Diversity Affairs Officer 

Kelsey Moleu

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International Affairs Officer

Jie Yin

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Rainbow Affairs Officer

Position vacant, email:

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Māori Affairs Officer 

Aaria Harrison-Sparke

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Disability Affairs Officer

Chloe McDonald

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Pasifika Affairs Officer

Position vacant, email:

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Student Wellbeing Officer

Merlin Babu

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Mature Student Affairs Officer

Position Vacant, email:

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Postgraduate Affairs Officer

Rao Naumaan Nasim Khan

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City Accommodation Officer

Position Vacant, email:

Upcoming SRC Meetings

Stay in the loop with what your Student Rep Council are getting up to!

Tuesday 30 April, 4pm-4:45pm, WG517, City Campus

Option to attend online - Link here

Download the Agenda here!

Documents and Info

Campus Representative Position Descriptions

AUTSA

Strategy

Document

2023

Faculty Representative Position Descriptions

NZQA

Pastoral Care

Code of

Practice

Office

Holder

Position Descriptions

AUTSA

Constitution

iRefer:

Student Referral and Support

Guide

Meeting Minutes

SRC Meeting

March

minutes

SRC Meeting

April 16

minutes

SRC Meeting

April 30

minutes

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