Advisory groups are concerned with a particular topic (e.g. mental health, or promoting community engagement amongst under-represented student groups), and provide advice to UQ governing bodies on those issues. 

Committees reach out to advisory groups to get their opinion on proposed policy, and work on their recommendations to implement change at UQ.

Advisory groups can help you:

  • contribute to policy-making at UQ
  • learn how governance works at a large scale organisation 

Join an advisory group

Want to be a part of an advisory group? Most advisory groups advertise recruitment via email, so keep an eye out for such notices.

Alternatively, you can check the current open positions on StudentHub below.

View current advisory group opportunities

Set up an advisory group

If you would like to set up a student advisory group (or a similiar model) please contact your faculty or school academic administration team.

If you want to get students involved in your advisory group, learn how to advertise, recruit and engage students using the link below. 

Recruit advisory group members

Student representatives directory

Discover the various advisory groups and their current student representatives in the student representative directory. 

Browse the directory