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The SRC wants to know what matters to YOU!

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The SRC wants to know what matters to YOU!

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11 September 2017

The Student Representative Council (SRC) consists of USC students who are chosen to represent their fellow students and act as a key source of communication between the student body and the University. The SRC reports to the Vice-Chancellor and President. Its members consult with fellow students to discuss emerging views, suggestions and issues about learning, teaching and student services, and present their ideas to USC senior staff.

Email your voice at USC, the Student Representative Council, to have them discuss what matters to you.

Get your questions in quick -- there is only one more SRC meeting left this year!

October 12 from 1:30pm - 3:30pm

Don't want to email the SRC? You can always stop by the SRC's Response Squad stall on Tuesdays and Thursdays outside the USC Sunshine Coast Brasserie.

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