University of Sydney Union (USU)
The USU is the oldest and largest student organisation in Australia. It aims to foster the aspirations of the campus community by providing cultural, social and entertainment programs, and student clubs and societies. It supports over 200 clubs and societies that you can join to pursue your own interest. The USU also looks after much of the on-campus catering and also publishes the weekly campus magazine The Bull.
Students' Representative Council (SRC)
The SRC is the representative council for undergraduate students at Sydney University. The SRC also provides a number of advocacy and advice services to assist students. This includes legal representation, advice on housing and welfare, harassment and discrimination, academic appeals, assistance with AusStudy and Centrelink and consultation for financial assistance. The SRC also publishes the weekly student paper Honi Soit. Membership is free! To join, simply visit the SRC’s website.
Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association (SUPRA)
SUPRA is the postgraduate representative association at the University of Sydney. SUPRA is postgrads’ voice on campus and offers free advice and advocacy services as well as social and networking opportunities and publications.
Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness
Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness runs the University's representative, social and faculty sports programs. It also runs the campus gyms and the swimming pool.
Cumberland Student Guild
The Cumberland Student Guild is an organisation for all undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled at the University of Sydney’s Cumberland Campus.
Voluntary membership of student associations
The University places a very high value on the important contributions which Student Assocations make to campus life and to the total experience of being a student at the University of Sydney. Accordingly, you are encouraged to consider joining those Assocations applicable to your enrolment. You are invited to visit the above websites that detail the services provided and the membership fees of each of the Assocations.