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La Trobe University Student Union

ANNUAL REPORT 2013 Objectives

Objectives .........................................................................................................................................4 Membership ....................................................................................................................................5

Representing students & promoting their interests President’s Report .........................................................................................................................6 Student Representation..............................................................................................................7 General Manager’s Report .........................................................................................................8

Informing students Marketing & Communication ...................................................................................................9

Connecting students Activities & Events .......................................................................................................................10 Clubs & Societies ..........................................................................................................................11

Recognising student achievement LTSU Awards ..................................................................................................................................13

Enhancing student experience Student Theatre & Film ..............................................................................................................14

Supporting students - Advocacy...................................................................................................................................16 - Post Graduate ..........................................................................................................................16 - Office & Second-hand Bookshop ....................................................................................17 - Legal ............................................................................................................................................19 - Tax Help .....................................................................................................................................19

Our partners Associates - International Student Association (ISA)........................................................................20 - Mildura Students Association (MSA)..............................................................................21 - Shepparton Students Association (SSA) ......................................................................21 Part-time, Evening & Mature Aged Students Organisation (PEMSO) .....................21 Statistics...........................................................................................................................................22 FINANCIAL REPORT.....................................................................................................................24 Staff & Office Bearers 2013.......................................................................................................43 2

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n io n U t en d tu S ty si er iv n U e La Trob The Student Union is a member based not for profit organisation and is made up of Student Members, Governing Members, Ordinary Members, Associate members and Life members.

The purpose of the Student Union is to advance the education of the students of La Trobe University by: (a)

Enhancing the learning experience of students while at the University;

(b)

Promoting the interests and welfare of students;

(c)

Representing students within and outside the University;

(d)

Co-ordinating and supporting the activities of students; and

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At an annual fee of $40 for students and $60 for nonstudents, the LTSU membership program continued to attract strong support from the La Trobe community in 2013. The program provides members with a package of discounts on:

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Providing amenities and services for students, other members of the University community and the public.

2014 Student Union memberships available NOW

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LTSU Membership gets you - Discounts on majority of food & drink outlets on campus - Car parking discounts (Students only) - Sports Centre discounts - Second-hand Bookshop discounts - Discounts on all LTSU events throughout the year - FREE weekly member BBQ in the Agora - And SO MUCH MORE … see below and overleaf for a selection. For full details go to www.latrobesu.org.au/membership or to purchase online go to www.latrobesu.org.au/store

ON CAMPUS OUTLET

LOCATION

DISCOUNT

Agora

10% off all products

Café Spice

Agora

10% off small, medium and large meals

Caffeine Café

Agora Plaza

30cents off coffee or tea

Café Veloci

Upper Agora

10% off food and drink

Child Care Centre (students only)

East side of campus

$16 off per sessional care

Eagle Bar

Union Building

Ongoing drink discounts

Fuel Juice Bar

Agora

$1 off large juice & 30cents off water

Fusion Pizza

Agora Plaza

$1 off whole pizzas and large pastas

Grain Express

Upper Agora

10% off hot bar food items

Image La Trobe

Agora

10% discount

La Trobe Golf Park

906 Plenty Rd

35% off driving range and mini golf

La Trobe Jewellery

Agora

10% discount on all stock

La Trobe Parking

Peribolos East

$20 discount (students only)

Life Skills Café

Agora West walkway

30c off large hot drink & 15% off large salad

University services, including car parking, sports centre memberships and child care Discount on majority of businesses operating on campus and a host of businesses off campus

Member Type 2010 2011 2012 2013 Student Members 4059 4133 4051 3541 Non-Student Members 206 217 255 251 TOTAL 4265 4350 4051 3792

2014 EXCLUSIVE STUDENT UNION MEMBER DISCOUNTS so far… Bake n’ Bean

LTSU products, services and event tickets

Membership 2013 STUDENT MEMBERS 3541

251 NON-STUDENT

MEMBERS

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s t n e d u t s g n i t n e s e r p e R The La Trobe Student Union, now in its third year of incorporation, has continued the good work of previous years. In our first and second years the LTSU saw large boosts in funding and a huge growth in the bodies and work coming under the wider LTSU ‘umbrella’. In our third year, while it is still and always should be our aim to grow, we have experienced a cooling off period from the years of growth. We set our eyes upon securing what we have won back from the University after the dark days of VSU and charting a clear path forward for the future in terms of potential growth and financial and operational security and stability.

Of course, I encourage everyone to get involved with the LTSU if you aren’t already. We exist to provide you not just with a voice but also to ensure that your time at University is filled with opportunities. Clubs and societies, volunteering, collectives, events, representation; do it all and make the most of your time here. You aren’t really a Uni student until you’ve gone to both an LTSU event and a protest all in the same week (same day if you’re lucky). A massive thank you to the 2013 team, to all the staff and all the students. I couldn’t have done it without you and it gives me great pride to know that the Union is in capable hands with our staff and the 2014 team, best of luck to you all. Always remember to stand together, strong and united for whatever comes; we don’t call ourselves a union for the irony.

In light of this, we began the process of developing a strategic plan for the LTSU that will chart the path forward for the next few years. This plan, developed in conjunction with the major stakeholders of the organisation is an example of how far the LTSU has come in just a few short years. In addition, we were also able to restructure the Student Legal Service, providing us with the opportunity to have both a high quality legal service for students and ensure savings that would allow us to expand budgets for the Student Representatives and employ a research officer for those representatives; greatly expanding our capacity to effectively fight for and represent the students of La Trobe.

Office Bearers 2013

LTSU’S governing bodies are comprised of student representatives who are elected by the student body through an annual election process. In 2013 LTSU received 133 nominations for office with 2590 votes cast.

President ........................................Christopher Wheeler General Secretary .......................Nathan Robertson Education Vice President ........Helen Morrison Activities Officer ..........................Bridgett Fogg & Simone Petrovski Rabelais Editor .............................Finbar James & Anastasha Baodo Welfare Officer .............................Rose Steele & Alison Millward Women’s Officer ..........................Erin Cook Postgraduate Officer .................Joane Jonathan Environment Officer ..................Jamal Blakkarly & Morgan Cumming Queer Officer ................................Lisa-Maree Goff Disabilities Officer ......................Mohammadreza Shahab Dehkordi

In 2013 our elected student Office Bearers ran weekly member bbq’s, breakfasts and green drinks. They held regular welfare, education and disability collectives and clothes swaps and championed major events including First Year Ball, Pride Week, Sexual Health & Consent fun fair, Queer Beer, Stress Less Week and more. The Office Bearers sit on numerous University committees to provide the student voice on proposed policy and procedural changes within the University. They also provide feedback to the University on any issues that students are experiencing.

Indigenous Officer .....................Shane Fry

Christopher Wheeler 2013 President.

2013 however did have its challenges, as every year does. It marked the beginning of huge cuts to University, the details of which had only become clearer as we neared the end of year as students were already leaving to go on break and would not return until early March in 2014. The 2013 Union laid the groundwork for student representation on the various committees that would oversee the cuts and ensured that students were not locked out of the process as we typically are. It is a tough fight ahead for the 2014 team, but hard work and tough fights are when the LTSU truly thrives. 6

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we had also made a provision of $240,000 towards staff redundancies that may eventuate if SSAF funding were to be repealed by government.

This year’s Annual Report outlines a broad range of LTSU programs that have supported students and their activities at the Bundoora, Shepparton and Mildura campuses in 2013.

I wish to thank all our ongoing and casual staff, President Chris Wheeler and his team of 2013 elected student representatives, as well as student volunteers who have worked in support of LTSU programs. Strong and constructive collaboration between our staff and our annual cohort of elected student representatives continues to be a key driving force within LTSU.

At an organisational level, LTSU achieved some significant milestones during the year:

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Adoption by Student Council of the 2013 – 2016 Strategic Plan, after an extensive consultative process within LTSU and the University. Finalisation of negotiations for the LTSU Collective Agreement 2013, and approval of the Agreement at the Fair Work Commission.

Thanks also to La Trobe University for their ongoing financial support through Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) revenue, and for the in kind support we receive for our activities from a broad range of University areas.

Completion of the 2013 student survey, providing insight into students’ awareness of our work, and their opinions on the importance and quality of our current services.

In 2013 we continued to present an attractive package of membership benefits. 3792 students and staff opted to join our membership program, providing an important source of income to supplement to our University funding. Thank our members and our membership benefit partners for their ongoing support.

Tendering of our Student Legal Service, resulting in a partnership with West Heidelberg Community Legal Service for provision of that service. The new contracted service commenced in May. Refurbishment of the Student Lounge, an upgrade of Student Theatre’s Studio space, and purchase of new audio visual equipment for our meeting spaces, funded by the University’s Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) capital program.

Marketing & Communications is responsible for all communications to students. This is done via a cross section of channels including the LTSU website www.latrobesu.org.au , electronic member newsletters, LATROBE LIVE Smartphone application, multiple social media platforms and printed publications.

Website reach 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0

Our achievements since we continued operations at La Trobe in 2011 provide a strong base for development of our work in 2014 and beyond.

The audited financial reports included in this Report detail another strong result. We achieved an overall surplus of $153,947 for 2013, taking our level of accumulated reserves to $430,174. At the end of 2013

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5675

9115

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62,370

2012

56,599

87,173

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LTSU is responsible for the Activities & Events program at La Trobe Melbourne. LTSU plans an annual calendar of Events that include festivals, bar nights, first year balls, end of exam parties, regular Agora entertainment, weekly bbq’s, breakfasts and markets.

The LTSU runs the Clubs & Societies program for La Trobe Melbourne to support and help clubs engage students and make connections socially and within their faculties. This includes

a social base from which to launch their University experience. It included a scavenger hunt, dinner, comedy shows, Oh Fest music festival, Student Union clubs festival and more.

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Student Union Festival

Orientation Week

The cornerstone event of Orientation Week was the Student Union Festival. The event featured an entertainment stage throughout the day, 47 LTSU Clubs and Faculty Societies and a range of external businesses manning stalls at the event.

Under the umbrella of the University’s Orientation Committee, LTSU was again responsible for planning and implementation of the Orientation social program. The program was designed to get first year students engaging with one another and firmly establishing

Administering and implementing a full affiliation program to ensure all LTU clubs are run according to good governance requirements and are transparent and accountable

t Mix of Clubs and Faculty Societies 2013

Financial Assistance via administration of the Club grants program, Clubs Council and Grants Affiliations Review Committee. 2013 saw 205 grants issued totalling $54,069

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Providing Club executive training and materials on food safety & certification, risk assessment, bookkeeping, leadership skills, conflict resolution and delegation

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Facilitation of joint club events & festivals

2013 was the first operational year for the newly introduced Faculty Societies. Faculty Societies are designed to provide an avenue for students to engage with their faculty on academic and administrative issues whilst also offering a peer to peer support system. The program has been hugely successful with 19 new Faculty Societies affiliating.

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Club Events

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52

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2011

2012

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The LTSU Awards is an annual event aimed at rewarding students, staff, and clubs who contribute positively to student life.

2013 Winners LTSU Leadership Award – Rebecca Gaskin LTSU & Generations Social & Environmental Sustainability Award – Jenny Stramilos LTSU Regional Commitment Award – Rachel White, Mildura Campus LTSU Clubs & Societies Award – Seven Women LTSU Faculty Society Award – La Trobe Linguistics Society & IEEE La Trobe (Engineering Society of La Trobe) Best LTSU Club or Society Event Award – La Trobe University Islamic Society for their Islamic Awareness Week Student Theatre & Film Workshop Award – Tracey Hare Geoffrey Milne Student Theatre Writing Award – Ryan Smith LTSU Teaching Award – Dr. M. Ishaq Bhatti Sports Club Award – Dive La Trobe International Student Award – Vijay Pilli

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nriching student experience E Student Theatre and Film runs an annual program of events which gives students the opportunity to perform, direct, write, crew and compose for stage and screen. Student Theatre & Film is managed by an Artistic Director and supported by an Office Coordinator and a range of casual staff and student volunteers.

Short Works & Northcote Town Hall

In 2013 Student Theatre & Film staged 99 performances across 19 productions.

This unique theatre project showcased a group of International students as they investigated some of the issues confronting them when they come from overseas. It was co-produced with La Trobe International and was a resounding success with near capacity audiences every night .

Short Works is a showcase of student written, directed and acted short plays. Northcote Town Hall is Student Theatre and Film’s off-campus season.

So, Where are you from?

Key Events Moat Festival - running for over twenty eight years, the Moat Festival is the largest theatre and arts event oncampus and features a selection of student produced plays, works and films over a two week period.

Short Flicks Short Flicks is our annual filmmaking program. Films are written, directed and acted by students and screened in one big night at ACMI in Federation Square. This year’s witty collection of seven shorts, were incredibly well filmed, demonstrating the considerable improvement in the technology since the first Short Flicks program in 1996.

Cabaret A large cast production which showcases a different musical theme each year, collaboration between musicians, singers and performers. This year’s cabaret, Songs about her, was a compilation of songs that owed their title to a woman.

Productions and performances 2013

Audience numbers (by production)

NORTHCOTE TOWN HALL

SHORT WORKS

80

926

269

CABARET

100

60

212 130 SHORT FLICKS

40

20

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PRODUCTIONS PERFORMANCES

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The Student Union Advocacy Service provides independent advice, support and advocacy to undergraduate and postgraduate students studying at Melbourne/Bundoora, Shepparton and Mildura campuses. In 2013, the advocacy team comprised two full-time advocates covering undergraduate students and a postgraduate advocate (.6eft) supporting higher degree research students.

Student Welfare Program

Policy and Statute Amendments

In 2013, the LTSU continued to develop its postgraduate support programs and ran

The advocacy service continues to distribute supermarket vouchers to students in financial need, pending their gaining access to other forms of financial support. The expenditure on welfare payments was $1000 in 2013.

Postgraduate support programs

In 2013, following a plan set by the President Chris Wheeler a series of meetings was conducted with the DVC (Academic) Professor Jane Long to clarify and give expression to students’ rights and responsibilities. This process saw the promulgation by the La Trobe University Academic Board of the Charter of Student Rights and Responsibilities in December 2013. The Charter will lay the foundation for a dialogue between the university and student representative bodies to develop statutes and polices which enhance the experience of all students in the La Trobe University community. The 2014 Student Representatives will work with the university to ensure that key ‘student-facing policies’ serve the best interests of all students and recognise the educational and vocational needs and aspirations of the La Trobe University student body. This effort will be supported by the newly appointed advocate/ research officer.

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PLACEMENT 151

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REFUNDS

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601

163 230

APPEALS

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PROGRESS

379 ACADEMIC

MISCONDUCT

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In 2013, the LTSU Second-hand Bookshop started a 200000 number of welfare initiatives whereby donated and unwanted books were passed onto students in need. 150000 Working with the LTU chaplain, Residential Services and 100000 the LTSU Welfare Officers, textbooks have been passed 50000 onto students both at home and overseas. Like the bookshop itself, the welfare initiatives grew rapidly over 0 the course of 2013.

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Personal Consultations

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The LTSU also ran a series of Thesis Thursday research student morning tea sessions, which provided an opportunity for HDR students to network with other students from across the university and to discuss issues affecting them.

Hearings

Sales amount

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Education support sessions for HDR students focusing on ‘building a productive relationship with your supervisor: tips from your peers” and “Workready PhD’s: Life beyond your research degree” Total attendance: 45

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Educational support seminars for both postgraduate and Higher Degree Research (HDR) students held over 2 sessions. Total attendance in excess of 110 students from three campuses

60 Student Advocacy Service Activity 2013

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CONSIDERATION

The LTSU Second-hand Bookshop provides La Trobe University students with the opportunity to buy and sell second-hand text books. Offering both over the counter and on-line sales options, the bookshop has grown exponentially since its establishment in late 2009. Regional students have access to the bookshop via the online sales system, with deliveries being transported through the internal mail. A total of 6080 books were sold in 2013 with 22% of all sales done online. Regional students can also hand their book in for sale at their home campus.

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24,110

61,877 132,089 149,506

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013


Legal

Tax Help Key statistics

The new LTSU student legal service started in May 2013, and was up and running by June. LTSU contracts and funds West Heidelberg Community Legal Service (WHCLS) to provide the legal service at the LTSU. WHCLS supports the LTSU legal service by providing legal practice supervision, compliance and risk management oversight a s well as general legal practice and file management.

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Tax Help is a free, confidential service, and involves over 1,200 trained community volunteers throughout Australia offering help and guidance to low income taxpayers when completing their tax returns. LTSU offers a Tax Help centre at La Trobe University Bundoora Campus from July to October, using the services of student volunteers who have been trained and accredited to provide this service by the Australian Taxation Office.

Tax help consultations with students

Number of students seeking legal information, advice or casework: 88

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Number of students seeking certification/ witnessing/swearing of legal documents: 96

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New matters

In May and June 2013, the LTSU legal service solicitor was primarily involved in making contact with engagement with relevant student services such as The Hub, Residential Services and La Trobe International and writing to faculties advising them of the service. Promotional materials were also written and developed for the website and for printing and distribution. By June, regular appointments were being held with students and from mid-June a drop-in service was established on Wednesday mornings, which has been a largely successful way to engage new clients.

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CASES

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In addition to the statistics below, the service has provided community legal education in the form of:

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All legal problems – cases and advices

articles in Rabelais provision of legal materials, seminars and webinars for the Division of Residential Services and La Trobe International

CONSUMER 2 TENANCY

placement of legal information on the Legal Service section of the LTSU website

MOTOR VEHICLE RELATED

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More community legal education is planned in 2014, through the use of social media and the legal service website, as well as in targeted community campaigns in collaboration with LTSU office bearers.

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (ISA)

ISA Memberships

The International Students’ Association aims to represent international students enrolled at La Trobe University. Its purpose is to defend their rights, promote social, educational and cultural activities and work towards a better understanding amongst Australians and international students. ISA Membership is free and open to any person who entered Australia with a student visa and who is currently enrolled in a course at La Trobe University. ISA has a permanent office and lounge space to support International student enquires and allow them a space to socialise.

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MILDURA STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (MSA)

SHEPPARTON STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (SSA)

The Mildura Students’ Association (MSA) is the student 30 representative body of the Mildura Campus of La Trobe University.25MSA aims to provide opportunities for social interaction for students, promote social, cultural, 20 educational and recreational activities and to promote 15 the welfare of students.

The Shepparton Students’ Association (SSA) is the student representative body of the Shepparton Campus of La Trobe University. SSA aims to provide opportunities for social interaction for students, promote social, cultural, educational and recreational activities and to promote the welfare of students. In 2013 Membership to the SSA was $20.

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PART TIME, EVENING OR MATURE AGE STUDENTS’ ORGANISATION (PEMSO) At the end of 2013, Student Council resolved to wind up PEMSO, and to replace it with a newly formed Mature Age Students’ Organisation (MASO). A promotion campaign for MASO will commence early in 2014. Discussions are underway with the University to convert the current PEMSO Lounge into a space suitable for a more diverse range of students and student groups, including MASO.

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tatistics

2013 LTSU FUNdiNg AgREEmENT ANd ANNUAL REPORT STATiSTicS

2013 SUMMARY OF KEY STATISTICS

2012 62,370

87,173

41,451

56,599

Number of books consigned for sale Number of Books sold Sales Amount Reimbursement amount Percentage of online sales

ISA Number of members Number of activities Average attendance - trips Average attendance seminars

978 9 40

1248 8 40

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No. of Productions No. of Performances

5881

4,740 $176,500 $132,089 22%

6080 $231,389 $149,506 22%

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No of consultations with students Total Number of students seeking legal advice Students attending for signature of statutory declarations

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Oh Fest – Music Festival Orientation Thursday Bar night

1869 students plus 80 guests Orientation Student Union 3000+ Festival estimate Ex Party 1 1450 Ex Party 11 1280 Back to School Bar night Pre-Exams Halloween Party

1100 1800

3792 251

2013

Volunteers trained by Australian Tax Office Tax Help Consultations with students

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**In addition to major events, over 700 LTSU and Club Events were listed on LTSU website in 2013.

No of affiliated clubs No of individual grants to clubs No of club events promoted on LTSU website No of students attending club events given grants No of Club Members

2012 Tax Help Program

Clubs and Societies

(Note: 2013 service commenced operation from May, under new partnership with West Heidelberg Community Legal Service )

Postgraduate Program Number of seminars held in the year Number attending / linking by video conferencing to each seminar Number of social / networking events Number attending each event

5,436

Student Legal Service 831 60

2012 Major Events

Student Theatre & Film

Advocacy Personal consultations Hearings attended

2013

Secondhand Bookshop – Total Sales

Website Number of website hits Number of unique visitors

2012

2013

52 164

63 205

384

510

Rabelais Number of editions Number of students writing articles per edition per year Distribution per edition

Annual Elections Number of nominations for office Number of votes cast

Mildura Student Association No of Events

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** member numbers listed are a minimum number. Clubs are required to submit a membership list of a minimum 10 members for affiliation. Many clubs submit the minimum to avoid excessive administration; however they consist of much larger membership numbers.

Shepparton Student Association No of Members No of Events

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2013 OFFicE BEARERS

STUdENT UNiON STAFF

For core office bearers please see page 7.

General Manager ........................................................Peter Hughes

NUS Delegates Arabella Mentor, Evan Mulholland, Clare Keyes-Liley, Jon Sipek, Christopher Wheeler, Shi Nan, Danica Cheesley

Advocacy Coordinator ......................................... Howard Wilson Advocate .................................................................Kylie Ligertwood Philippa Riley (Leave Relief)

Student Council General Members

Advocate (Postgraduate)...................................Dr Heidi Ellemor

Michael Ford, Evan Mulholland, Daniel Broadstock, Yi Zhou, Sally Bowman, Holly Burr, Jordan Hecker

Finance Coordinator.................................................. Elissa Khoury Assistant Finance Officer ......................................Belinda O’Lynn

Activities Committee Jon Sipek, Luke Weston, Stephanie Kosth, Melih Samil Demir, Jessica Lewis

Postgraduate Committee Eshan Sachin Arya, Dheepak Vijayakumar, Cuari Morde, William Klais Cavallari, Josephine Piccolo

Office and Bookshop Coordinator ...........................Louise Newton Keogh Bookshop and Reception Support Officer....................................... Kylie Neilson Reception..................................................................Lisa Huntington Operations Supervisor ............................................. Leanne Innes

ASSOCIATES International Students Association President ......... Eshan Arya

Clubs and Societies Officer.............................Jennifer Sheridan Events, Entertainment and Volunteers Officer ....................................................Tyler Cameron

Eshan Arya re-elected as President at 2013 AGM Graphic Designer ....................................................Nicole Johnson

Mildura Students Association President ......... Rebecca Gibson,

Student Legal Officer ............................................. Damien Walsh, then Chelsea Candy

then Aidyn Deleo, then Alicia Woolcock Marie Hopton elected President at 2013 AGM

PEMSO

Student Theatre and Film Artistic Director ...............................................................Bob Pavlich Student Theatre and Film Office Administrator................................................... Sonia D’Iorio

President ......... Greg Miles

ISA Coordinator ...........................................................Yan (Sean) Xu

Shepparton Students Association

MSA Support Officer .....................................................Troy Fikaris, then Rohan Morris

President ......... Donnelle Paterson Ben Moyle elected President at 2013 AGM

SSA Support Officer................................................Melissa Beaton

LTSU would like to acknowledge the vital contributions made to our operations by our student casual staff and volunteers.


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