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Need some funding to get a student-focused project up and going?


Applications for Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) funding are now open. Students and student groups are encouraged to apply for funding for student-focused projects.

Previous SSAF funding has contributed to campus facilities refurbishment and improvement, counselling, health and well-being initiatives,  Student News, amongst many other initiatives.

By making a SSAF submission you are funding better facilities and services, so why not take the initiative and help drive some of the initiatives! The CSU SSAF Steering Committee seeks projects that will provide long-term benefits and equitable impact for the diverse student body. 

If you're keen to make a submission, make sure you have written endorsement from your relevant Student Representative Committee (SRC), Student Club or School representative; including School Office Manager or Subject Coordinator.

If you have an idea but need more support, Student Liaison Officers within the Office for Students are available to discuss initiatives and provide advice regarding project costs.

SSAF submissions close 19 June
For an application form or more information head to the Student Liaison Officer webpage