2017 SSAF funded projects and support services

SSAF category

Project/ Service

Project/Service spend

Total category spend

Student Representative Council/Student Campus Council Support

Student Representative Council/Student Campus Council Support

$74,431

$151,303

Student Representative Council Training and Fees

$27,722

Student Representative Sitting Fees

$49,150

(1)   Providing Food or drink to students on a campus of the higher education

Free Breakfast (Including Lithgow)

$122,000

$731,241

Developing student experience (Lithgow)$310

Refurbishment of student food and retail space (Campbelltown Campus)

$608,931

(2)   Supporting a sporting or other recreational activity by students

Student events - campus based activities such as Diversity Week, free entertainment, BBQs and social events for Student Representation and Participation

$83,347

$3,765,585

Campus life activities and events and non-structured recreational and sporting activities (WSU)

$1,199,310

Campus life activities and events and non-structured recreational and sporting activities (The College)

$65,000

Representative Sport

$200,000

Social Sports

$65,000

Out and About Tours

$123,600

Development of Multiuse Student and Function Space (Parramatta South)

$55,365

Refurbishment of Gym Ameneties (Hawkesbury Campus)

$295,473

Bankstown Bld.5 & 6 Courtyard Upgrade (Bankstown Campus)

$144,682

Kingswood Bld N Student Space Upgrade (Kingswood Campus)

$640,626

Student Plaza outdoor furniture (Kingswood Campus)

$75,481

Refurbishment of Queer Room Bld K4 (Hawkesbury Campus)

$17,701

Development of Student Social Spaces (Parramatta City Campus)

$800,000

(3)   Supporting the administration of a club most of whose members are students

Student Clubs, Society and Equity Collectives

$350,000

$572,790

Clubs Management System

$222,790

(4)   Caring for Children of Students

Occasional child care

$200,000

$200,000

(5)   Providing Legal Service to students

Provision of student legal service

$237,278

$237,278

(6)   Promoting Health or welfare of students

Chaplaincy support

$226,208

$507,230

Mental Health and Wellbeing Promotions

$171,390

Respect.Now.Always program delivery

$35,009

Ongoing support of Student Discount/Loyalty Card/Vouchers

$3,000

Civic Engagement Project

$71,623

(7)   Helping student secure accommodation

    

(8)   Helping students obtain employment or advice on careers

Lead,Engage,Aspire,Develop (LEAD) program

$200,634

$1,675,687

Online Careers Services and Resources

$296,314

Provision of Careers Service

$1,075,250

Career Connect Mentoring & Workplace Visits

$103,490

(9)   Helping Students with their financial affairs

Post Graduate & International Student Financial Assistance

$40,000

$40,000

(10) Helping students obtain insurance against personal accidents

Student group and travel insurance

$100,000

$100,000

(11) Supporting debating by students

   

(12) Providing libraries and reading rooms (other than those provided for academic purposes) for students

Safe access to study and reading areas

$350,192

$364,816

Library Furniture Upgrade (Parramatta South)

$14,624

(13) Supporting an artistic activity by students

   

(14) Supporting the production and dissemination to students of media whose content is provided by students

Production of student newspaper

$ 68,124

$68,124

(15) Helping students develop skills for study, by means other than undertaking courses of study in which they are enrolled

MESH Library Roving

$79,937

$1,588,186

Peer Assisted Study Session (PASS)

$611,578

PASSOnline

$319,130

Academic Writing/Library Roving

$216,545

YourTutor/Studiosity

$330,000

Inherent Requirements

$30,200

The Big Biz Quiz

$796

(16) Advising on matters arising under the higher education provider’s rules

   

(17) Advocating student’s interests in matters arising under the higher education provider’s rules

Student Representation and Participation Support Services

$268,746

$534,300

Support Services for Mature Age Students

$112,176

Welfare & Student Support Officers providing advocacy services

$153,377

(18) Giving students information to help them in their orientation

University-wide Orientation Program

$390,264

$460,264

College Orientation

$70,000

(19) Helping meet the specific needs of overseas students relating to their welfare, accommodation and employment

Social Engagement & Leadership Program (SELP)

$29,796

$190,755

International student support (network, cultural and recreational)

$62,050

International Buddy Program

$24,109

Ready.4.Western Digital Orientation Program

$55,000

Navitas Joint Venture (WSUIC) - Student Experience

$15,000

Airport Helpdesk

$4,800

Total actual spend 

 

$11,187,559