Wodonga Student Association leaders say making their campus an even more friendly place for mature-age students and families is one of their priorities for 2019.
WSA vice-president Fiona Garvie says she joined the organisation in 2018-19 to give back to the La Trobe community that’s supported her.
Studying social work, Fiona knows how important a sense of belonging can be.
“I feel like having a more family feel on the campus is something I look forward to,” she says.
“We’ll be having some parties and lots of food events.”
Committee member Melissa Bell echoed Fiona’s sentiments, saying she was excited to advocate for mature-age students like her.
She is already enchanted with the “intimate” atmosphere at the Albury-Wodonga campus.
“It really gives you an opportunity to have a good relationship with our teachers and staff here,” she says. “Being so small, you get to know everyone’s faces.”
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Does the WSA sound like a group you’d like to be a part of? Well that’s good news, because they’re looking for three more members!
- Sports and Recreation Officer
- Residents and Social Networking Officer
- La Trobe Student Representative
Visit Jo in the WSA office, or Susie in the Hangar Café, for more information.