Student Advisory Council

The Student Advisory Council has been formed as a channel for communication between the University and its student community on matters affecting the academic and social wellbeing of students. The Council is made up of students who have been elected by their peers to represent them on University committees and boards, as well as nominated students who represent campuses or specific student groups. The Student Advisory Council strengthens the voice of UON students as it advises the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and reports annually to the University Council.

Student Advisory Council Vacancies 2019

Want to meet like-minded people, learn new skills and effect change at UON?  Nominate now to represent your fellow students on the Student Advisory Council for 2019.  Please provide a short statement (no more than 150 words) to by 5pm Wednesday 27 March 2019, outlining why you're keen to participate and what you could bring to the role. The following vacancies still exist on the SAC for this year:

- Indigenous student representative
- International student representative
- Ourimbah campus student representative
- Sydney campus student representative
- Port Macquarie campus student representative
- ELFS student representative
- UON Student Living student representative

Terms of Reference

You can find the terms of reference for the Student Advisory Council here (PDF, 127KB). The terms of reference outline exactly why the Council exists, and what they can do for their fellow UON students. They also show the groups that members represent.

Members of the Student Advisory Council

Student Members

Student Members 2019 to be advised.

University Staff Members

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic)

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) or nominee

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International and Advancement) or nominee

Rights of Audience and Debate

Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching)

Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Education and Research)

Academic Registrar

Dean of Students

Student Advisory Council Meetings

The Student Advisory Council will meet five times this year. If you would like to raise an issue for discussion, either contact a Student Advisory Council member or email They will advise you of the outcome after the meeting.

More Information

If you have any further questions about the Student Advisory Council, please email