Student Advisory Boards

Serve as a Student Advisor

La Trobe University offers students a range of opportunities to serve on a student advisory group or board. By serving as a student advisor you will be able provide feedback and guide future decision-making to improve the quality of our University.

*These programs are in the Partner category.

What Student Advisory Positions are there?

Here is a list of the Student Advisory Groups (SAGs) or Boards at the University the mission statement for each. Please note, on average each group meets approximately 3-5 times per semester for about 1-2 hours.

Arts, Social Science, and Commerce (ASSC) Student Advisory Group

This group is for students studying the College of ASSC who want to help volunteer their feedback and ideas to improve and innovate teaching, learning, and the overall student experience.

Science, Health, and Engineering (SHE) Student Advisory Group

This group is for students studying the College of SHE who want to help volunteer their feedback and ideas to improve and innovate teaching, learning, and the overall student experience.

Library Student Advisory Board

Are you passionate about innovating our library and improving the student experience? We are looking to increase the diversity and membership of this group to reflect the broader student community. We invite students who have opinions, feedback and ideas on how to redesign our library spaces, services, and events.

ASK La Trobe Student Advisory Group

This group is a chance for coursework students to give feedback about issues related to existing student services and information formats, as well as planned administrative updates, changes and enhancements to ASK La Trobe and beyond.

Wellbeing Student Advisory Group

On this group you’ll work on a range of initiatives to help support student mental health and wellbeing across the University.

La Trobe Student Union and Associations Board Members*

La Trobe is also home to several student union and associations. You can find out more about each one here.

What are the benefits of being a Student Advisor?

Benefits to volunteering as a student advisory include:

  • A deeper understanding of how large organizations (like Universities) operate,
  • A platform to voice your feedback and ideas,
  • Opportunities to redesign or co-create new services and initiatives that can positively impact our University and future students.

Next Steps

If you haven’t already, please fill out an ‘Emerging Leaders Expression of Interest’. Once you’ve completed the online prerequisites through the LMS, please select ‘Student Advisory Member’ in the Partner category. And select which group(s) you’d like to receive more information on.