SHE Student Advisory Group
The College of SHE recruits on an annual basis for a Student Advisory Group (SAG). The reference group provides a useful channel of communication between students and the SHE Student, Transition, Achievement and Retention (STAR) team. The purpose of the SAG is to consult with SHE students and get feedback in regards to transition and retention and discuss ways to improve the student experience.
To be involved you will need to be a current SHE student and be available for at least four out of the six 60-minute meetings which will be held throughout the year. We will meet three times per semester, during weeks 2, 7, and 11 - please refer to meeting schedule below. You may also be occasionally contacted by our staff via email to provide further feedback on upcoming activities and developments in relation to student transition, achievement and retention.
Being part of the advisory group is a great way to develop transferable skills for future employment (especially communication and interpersonal skills) but also to learn more about how your university operates, and contribute to ways in which the student experience can be improved and enhanced. Meetings will be held in Peribolos West, Ground Floor, Room 116, and with regional students advised of the video conference location. By being part of the SRG you will also get a letter of appreciation to add to your resume in addition and the chance to connect with La Trobe staff and other students.
Quotes from previous advisory group members
"I really enjoyed learning about what is going on behind the scenes in my College, and it felt great to be able to be a part of it, and provide suggestions from my own experiences"
"The other students and staff members in the Reference Group were so friendly, and it was great to learn about different experiences from across the College and be able to share my own to hopefully make a difference"
Student Advisory Group meeting schedule
Semester 1, 2020 dates
Meetings will be held in Bundoora & ZOOM. Regional participants will be able to attend via zoom/video conferencing.
- Thursday 12 March 10-11am in PS1-221
- Wednesday 15 April 10-11am in PS1-221
- Wednesday 13 May 10-11am in PS1-221