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The Student Advocacy Service is free of charge to all UTAS Students.
We offer a safe space for you, and we are completely independent from the University. Nothing you say will be shared without your permission (unless our staff are bound by law to do so).

TUSA Student Advocates can help you by:

  • listening,
  • providing free, independent, confidential advice,
  • explaining University rules and regulations,
  • stepping through processes,
  • assisting with letters,
  • attending meetings where needed, and
  • appeals.

We do offer walk-in appointments whenever we can, but we cannot guarantee someone will be available when you arrive.

You can make a booking right now through our online booking system.

If you would prefer to call us or send an email to book, please use the details below and someone will get back to you during business hours.

[email protected]

Phone: (03) 6226 2855 or (03) 6226 5573 or (03) 6226 6407


Focus Area: Undergraduates

Location: Sandy Bay and Satellite Campuses

I have been lucky enough to work as a Student Advocate for many years now. I understand the opportunities that can open-up for those who have been fortunate enough to access education. But I also understand that it is not always easy.

I am committed to ensuring that student’s voices are heard within the university, for those who may have been disadvantaged.

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Focus Area: Postgraduates

Location: Sandy Bay and Satellite Campuses

In my role I focus on supporting Postgraduate students and helping when challenges arise during a student’s time at UTAS. I work as part of a wider Student Advocacy team and (to mention only a few) can help with explaining complicated UTAS rules and policies, what a student’s options are in various situations and what wider support is available, such as accessing welfare services.

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Focus Area: Undergraduates

Location: Newnham and Satellite Campuses

As a Student Advocate, I hope to listen and support you through the issues you may face during your studies. Our Student Advocacy team can provide advice and assistance to help navigate the University’s rules, policies and procedures that may impact you. We are also here to support your general wellbeing and can assist you in accessing broader community resources.

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