Thank you for your interest in becoming a Course Representative in your College!
Students in the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work partner with their Course Coordinators, Teaching Program Directors and other College staff to improve the learning and teaching experience in their courses.
Read the full position description before you apply.
There are up to three positions per year level (including Honours and Postgraduate) available in each of the following areas:
- All Bachelor of Education and Master of Teaching degrees
- Active Communities and Social Impact (including BSHAPA)
- All Undergraduate and Postgraduate Psychology Degrees
- Both Bachelor and Master of Social Work
To be eligible for a Course Representative role, you must be enrolled in at least one topic per Semester in the Course/Program (undergraduate or postgraduate) you wish to represent.
Students with a variety of experiences and backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Course Representatives will be offered training for the role and will also be invited to undertake additional training to participate in committees and working groups, such as the College Course Quality Advisory Committee and the College Student Progress Committee
Please complete all sections of this form. Your answers don't have to be long but should contain enough detail that others can see you have some awareness of what it is like being a student at Flinders. You will also be asked to upload a current CV or resume.
All applications will be assessed by FUSA and representatives from your College and applicants will be notified of the outcome as soon as possible following the assessment.