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Join the UCSA’s AGM

The UCSA Annual Group Meeting (AGM) is coming up! Mark it in your diary because we’ll be running a competition to GIVE AWAY an amazing Xiaomi M365 e-scooter*, plus we’ll be chatting about life at the UCSA.

Students, it’s your Association, so make sure you get involved.

Date: Thursday 21 May, 12pm
Location: Online through Zoom (the Zoom link will be published on our Facebook event page closer to the meeting time)
More information: For event updates and reminders, click ‘Attend’ on our Facebook event page.

AGM Agenda

☝️ Notice of disclosure of interests of 2019 Executive members
? Minutes of the previous AGM (16 May 2019)
? 2019 President’s annual report
? 2019 Annual accounts
? Appointment of auditors
? 2020 President’s verbal update
? General Business

*T&Cs for the e-scooter competition apply.


Autumn Arrival is coming to you… virtually

It’s getting cold outside, which means it’s time for ? Autumn Arrival – Online!?

Check it out Thursday 7 May, 10am-2pm live on the UCSA Facebook page>

Hear what the UCSA and UC Student support services have been up to, and how you can access their services from home. Each department will be live on Facebook for 20min, followed by breakout zoom meetings where you can ask questions specific to you!

All Students who engage (Like, Comment, Share) with these sessions will go into the draw to win a number of awesome spot prizes delivered to your flat, including:

  • $100 Supermarket Vouchers
  • Trays of V Energy Drink, Fresh up and Boss Coffee
  • Bags of Red Frogs Lollies cheers to Red Frogs
  • Sal’s Pizza Vouchers
  • Apple Music or Spotify gift cards
  • And more…

Autumn Arrival is presented by UCSA Help (Advocacy and Welfare) and Events in partnership with UC Student Support Services.

ANZAC Day | Virtual ways to commemorate on Monday

This year will mark the first time in a century where there will be no dawn services to commemorate ANZAC day as the country remains in lockdown. ANZAC day is a significant day for us all as we commemorate those who fought for New Zealand and Australia from the First World War and onwards.

For many people, ANZAC day is time for family and friends to come together. More now than ever it is important to continue these connections virtually, therefore take this time to phone a loved one, organise a zoom party or email a friend. Let them know that you are thinking of them on this day.

Want to learn more about ANZAC day? Check out this link>

Here are some ideas of how you can celebrate ANZAC spirit while in lockdown: