The Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association
(VUWSA) is the official students
' association at Victoria University of Wellington
, New Zealand
. VUWSA was established in 1899 as the Victoria University College Students' Society.
The Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association (VUWSA) is the official representative body for all students enrolled at Victoria University.
The VUWSA Executive consists of thirteen positions who govern the Association: the President, Vice-President (Education), Vice-President (Welfare), Vice-President (Administration), Campaigns Officer, Women's Rights
Officer, Clubs Officer, Welfare Officer, Education Officer, Activities Officer, Queer
Officer, Environment Officer and International Student
Notable previous executive members include, Green MP Sue Kedgley
, current Wellington Deputy Mayor
and incoming University Chancellor Ian McKinnon
, Sir Tipene O'Regan
, former Cabinet Minister Whetu Tirikatene-Sullivan
, Chris Hipkins
, Professor Margaret Clark, and EPMU
National Secretary Andrew Little.
The Association employs a number of staff who work for students and assist the Executive in achieving its strategic and operation goals. They are led by the Association Manager who oversees the financial and operational functions of the Association and include a Student Advocate who provides independent and trained representation in cases of misconduct within the University and grievances with bodies such as StudyLink, a... Read More