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.
It’s the SRC members’ job to keep on top of anything happening within or outside the university that may affect you guys, and to represent the student 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.
The students at AUT are represented by a Student Representatives Council (SRC), comprised of approximately 19 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.
If you are unsure of who to contact or for general enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
President – Sisifa Lui
The President is the leader of the student executive, and official representative of AUT Students. The President regularly meets with senior members of the university including the Vice-Chancellor, to represent students’ views and opinions. email@example.com
Vice-President - Mariner Fagaiava-Muller
The Vice-President is student executives’ second in command, deputising for the President where required, and assisting in the leadership of the team. firstname.lastname@example.org
President – Sisifa Lui
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.
BEL Faculty Rep - Wujood Zadjali
C&S Faculty Rep - Anahita Oei
DCT Faculty Rep - Charina Racasag
HES Faculty Rep - Hallam Bailey
TAP Faculty Rep – **currently vacant**
Much like the Faculty Reps, the Campus Reps are positioned to represent the unique needs of student at each Campus.
City Campus Rep - Sophia Weissenstein
North Campus Rep - Kelsey Cornthwaite
South Campus Rep - Daniel Scott
Additionally, there are 9 Officer Portfolios to ensure the student executive is able to listen and respond to the widest range of student views, opinions and needs.
Diversity Affairs Officer - Mauzmeen Khan
Disabilities Officer – Michael Kanara
Mature Students Officer – Iram Shaikh
International Affairs Officer - Prayag Shethia
Pasifika Affairs Officer - Jessica Vea
Postgraduate Affairs Officer - Sukhpreet Kaur Gill
Rainbow Officer - Esther Mackay
Student Wellbeing Officer - Nathan Fehr
Maori Affairs Officer -Te Haua Taua