The USASA Advocates provide free and confidential advice on a wide range of academic problems. Their support and assistance has helped hundreds of UniSA students to pursue their rights.
The USASA Advocates are experts in academic policies and procedures. They can help you understand what’s happening and what you need to do if you are facing academic issues. The USASA Advocacy service is free, confidential and independent from the University.
The USASA Office will be closed from December 21 until January 8. The Advocacy service will not be available during this time.
Email as soon you require assistance
Common issues Advocates assist with:
If your issue is not listed here, an Advocate may still be able to assist
Advocates are located at the City West Campus but are available to attend meetings any metropolitan campuses if required. They can also remotely support students at regional campuses and, in certain circumstances, in-person support can be arranged.
You can download the USASA Advocacy Service Charter here
You can download the USASA Advocacy Program's Conditions of Service here
Contact an Advocate
It is strongly advised that students requiring assistance make an appointment to see an Advocate as soon as possible.
To make an appointment, email or request an appointment using the online form
Advocate Direct Contact:
Student Advocate Manager - Advocacy Programs
(08) 8302 2889
(08) 8302 2888
(08) 8302 2871