Student Leaders can undertake a variety of opportunities, including: assisting Academic Skills Advisers at Drop-in sessions, working with academic and professional staff to co-create resources, assisting Academics by providing in-curriculum study support for your peers.
How to become a Student Leader
- Register online in Student Hub.
- Read the USC Student Charter to be aware of your responsibilities. The Students as Partners program supports your engagement in an environment that is inclusive, inspiring, safe and respectful.
- Compete the USC Health, Safety and Wellbeing for Students online training.
- Complete the Consent Matters online training module.
- Complete the online Student Leader training modules.
- Register and attend the following workshops found on Student Hub:
- Academic Skills for Facilitating Peer Learning
- Supporting Transition to University
- Attend a Group Interview, available either face-to-face or online via ZOOM.
- Register for opportunities on Student Hub.
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- Successful completion of at least one year of study at USC and be currently enrolled in a USC program.
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Good record of academic achievement with a GPA of 5.0 or above (Student Leader).
- Good record of academic achievement with a GPA of 6.0 or above (Student Leader II).
- Have a good knowledge of USC's services and facilities.
- Demonstrate a desire to expand your leadership skills.
- Be committed and reliable, with effective personal time management skills.
- Be prepared to facilitate and inspire success in your fellow students.
This role offers flexibility for you to contribute whilst working around your study commitments. Student Leader hours will be negotiated based on the role requirements and your availability.