Established in 1994, the University of South Australia Student Association (USASA) is a not-for-profit, student-run organisation that exists to support the student body at UniSA.
USASA services are free and available to all UniSA students - register here!
Student Board - the peak decision-making committee at USASA.
Academic Advocacy - provides free and confidential advice on a wide range of academic problems.
Financial Wellbeing - provides a non-judgemental, independent, confidential and free service to inform, support and advocate for people in financial difficulty.
Clubs & Societies - supporting over 90 social, academic, religious, cultural and special interest clubs at UniSA. USASA Clubs are the most significant contributor to student events at UniSA, running up to 1000 events per year, and providing a network for students to make connections and lifelong friends.
Grants - providing funding to USASA Clubs and other student-led groups to support their activities and purchases to enhance the student experience
Social & wellbeing events - including Campus Fair, Art on Campus, and UniSA's biggest pub crawl. Creating opportunities for students to have fun, interact with others and look after their well-being. Providing volunteering opportunities for UniSA students to engage and connect with the broader student population.
Verse Magazine - UniSA's student-run and student-curated publication. The magazine is published six times a year and curated by a student editorial team.
Student Voice - connects and supports student representatives from across the University. This service provides resources and networks for students and staff involved in student representation and decision-making at all levels.
Student Spaces - an ever-changing hive of student activity. They are the go-to location for information to keep you in the loop and stocked up on useful items. The spaces also provide facilities, student discounts and promotions.
To make an appointment, use the online form or click the button below. Advocates are located at the City West Campus, or via Skype, Zoom or telephone.
It is strongly advised that students requiring assistance make an appointment to see a Financial Counsellor as soon as possible.