UQ Student Representative Directory

What is the Student Representatives Directory?

Student Representatives help bridge the gap between the student voice and decision makers. Student Representatives come in different forms and can sit on committees, advisory groups or are independently elected by the student body. Even though they sound different, they are all there to achieve the same goal, to champion the student voice and advocate for student needs via the decision making panels they sit on.

If you need to talk to a fellow student about something relating to your course, a challenge you are having in the student experience, or about an idea that will help improve UQ for the better, then you are in the right place. 

The UQ Student Representatives Directory brings student representatives from across UQ into one central location. Browse this directory to find a representative in your school, faculty or group of interest to help get your voice heard.

 

Student Representatives within your school and faculty

Business, Economics and Law Student Representatives for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Engineering, Architecture, and Information Technology Student Representatives for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Science Student Representatives for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Humanities and Social Sciences Student Representatives for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Health and Behavioural Sciences Student Representatives for undergraduate and postgraduate students. (Coming Soon)
Medicine Student Representatives for undergraduate and postgraduate students. (Coming Soon)

Student Advisory Groups, Institutional Student Representatives and UQ Union Student Representatives

Your reps in the UQ Senate, on Academic Board and other committees that deal with issues affecting multiple aspects of life at UQ
Student Representatives in various undergraduate and postgraduate student advisory groups across UQ
UQ Union Student Representatives elected by the UQ student body