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It is a condition of employment at Western Sydney University that all new employees become members of UniSuper unless you are a current member of the NSW State Super schemes, SSS and SASS, immediately prior to joining the University.
Your UniSuper membership is determined by your term of appointment at the University. Further information about UniSuper contributions can be found in the University's Staff Agreements (opens in a new window).
UniSuper and Western Sydney University
UniSuper - Helpful Information
UniSuper doesn't expect you to know everything there is to know about super. They have many hands on offer to guide you through some of super's complexities. UniSuper's On-Campus Consultants are available to answer any questions you may have about UniSuper and your membership. Best of all, there is no charge for this service, it's all part of being a UniSuper member.
They can help you complete your UniSuper paperwork, help you register for MemberOnline or explain more about your UniSuper membership and their range of products. They are available at most campus locations for your convenience. Simply make an appointment online (opens in a new window).
There is also a UniSuper helpline for members on 1800 331 685.
UniSuper - New Employee Induction Video
Unisuper - Learning Centre and Financial Advice
NSW State Super Schemes
Members of the old NSW State Super schemes, SSS and SASS, can find more information on the State Super (opens in a new window) website. You can also access your account by registering at the State Super website. The customer service phone details for SSS members is 1300 130 096 and for SASS members is 1300 130 095.
- UniSuper Regular Voluntary Contribution form (PDF, 159 KB) (opens in a new window)
- 'Take charge of your financial future with UniSuper Advice' (PDF, 216.01 KB) (opens in a new window)