Thank you for your interest in becoming a Course Representative in your College!
Students in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences work with their Discipline Leads to improve the learning and teaching experience in their courses.
Read a full position description here before you apply.
At the undergraduate level, there are up to two positions for each Discipline. There are fifteen Disciplines in total:
• Creative Writing
• Dance, Costume, Fashion & Visual Arts
• Indigenous and Australian Studies
• Media Communications
• Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies
• Tourism and Events
• VEED (Visual Effects and Entertainment Design)
Screen and Archaeology representatives are now in place for 2022.
In addition, there are two postgraduate representative positions in each of the teaching programs: Creative and Performing Arts; Language, Literature, Culture and Society; and History, Archaeology, Indigenous Studies and Geography.
To be eligible for a Course Representative role, you must be enrolled in at least one Topic per Semester in the Discipline (undergraduate/honours) or in the Teaching Program (postgraduate) you wish to represent.
Students with a variety of experiences and backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Course Representatives will be offered training for the role and will also be invited to undertake additional training to participate in committees and working groups, such as the College Student Progress Committee.