See also / useful links:
- How is it determined what the SSAF money is spent on
- Funding process
- How SSAF money is being spent in 2016
- How SSAF money was spent in previous years
How is it determined what the SSAF money is spent on
The Commonwealth Government restricts how SSAF money can be spent. For details see their Student Services and Amenities Fee website, but essentially the money can only be used for non-academic purposes such as sporting and recreational activities, employment and career advice, health and welfare, childcare, financial advice and food services.
Each year the Student Representative Committee (SRC) seeks applications for funding proposals, which they then consider and make recommendations to the Vice Chancellor for approval. To inform this process an extensive student survey was conducted. The results are available in the following downloads:
|Applications Open||Monday 4 September 2017 - Funding Applications open for 2017 Student Services & Amenities Fee (SSAF) Funding|
|Project Development||Complete the Application form that will be uploaded to this web page, or by contacting the Secretary to the SRC by email email@example.com|
|Applications Close||Applications for Funding close by 5.00pm on Friday 13 October 2017|
|Evaluation Stage 1|
The Student Representation Committee (SRC) will consider and evaluate the applications and make recommendations to the Vice Chancellor for approval at the 2 November 2017 SRC Meeting.
If necessary, the SRC will contact the applicant for any clarification.
|Evaluation Stage 2||The Vice Chancellor considers the recommended Funding Approval List from the SRC and has the final approval.|
|Notification of Successful Applications||The Secretary of the SRC will notify the successful applicants and advise the non-successful applicants. A list of approved applications will be available on the website at the end of November 2017|
How SSAF money is being spent
How SSAF money was spent in previous years
A list of all 2015 funding bids can be found in the SSAF Downloads section.