Your Voice

We are students just like you, elected to represent our collective student voice and to stay on top of the big issues facing students here at AUT.

We sit on every University committee right through to the AUT Council and have the ability to create positive changes.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that really matter.

Martin Luther King Jr.


Every year you have the opportunity to nominate and elect your SRC.

Student Elections are run in Semester Two, for the following year’s Student Representative Council.

All positions are for a one-year term except for the President, who is elected for a two-year term.

Get involved and join the SRC in 2018. 

All roles within the SRC are taken seriously and you will be accountable for representing the wants and needs of all students.


SRC Office Holder Position Description

SRC Faculty Rep Position Description

SRC Campus Rep Position Description

Nominations Open Declaration

Immediate Matters


Wednesday 18th October at 12pm, in Vesbar
Refreshments will be served.
Come along and be in to win in the Prize Draws!
Agenda items include:

  • Ratification of 2018 SRC Election Results
  • 2018 AuSM Budget
  • Nominations & Appointment of Vacant SRC Positions
  • Diversity Officer
  • Disability Affairs Officer
  • Health & Environmental Sciences Faculty Representative
  • Te Ara Poutama Faculty Representative
  • South Campus Representative
  • City Campus Representative
  • General Business

See you there!

Parking Petition

After receiving an abundance of student feedback AuSM are looking to take action, suggesting the cost of parking on AUT North & South Campuses is capped at a 20c increase per annum. This proposal includes reducing the 2017 fee from $7.50 to $6.20 per day.

Formal Representation

The AuSM Governance Board works closely with the SRC to set the strategic direction of AuSM.

Annual General Meeting
12pm 23.05.2017 at Vesbar, City Campus


Ordinary General Meeting
12pm 10.10.2017 at Vesbar, City Campus


Special General Meeting
Only if called by President

AuSM Constitution

2016 Annual Report


SRC Meetings
We have formal fortnightly meetings and encourage all students to come along. Find out about current issues and opportunities and see what we are doing to enhance your AUT experience.

Meeting days and locations are subject to change, so check out our Facebook Page to see details about the next meeting.

Email Us
You can contact all individual representatives via email. Get in touch if you have any queries and if you have a specific issue or suggestion you would like to raise.

Come & See Us!
Pop into the AuSM offices at the City Campus to chat with us.

Social Media
Join AuSM on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Student feedback enables discussion and provides evidence to create change. We depend on your input and involvement to ensure your wants and needs are being met. We’ve got your back so tell us what really matters to you.


We are a team of passionate and dedicated students that represent you.

Our role is to voice the issues within our respective faculties at AUT’s Learning and Teaching Committee, Academic Board, and Faculty Board meetings.

Urshula Ansell
Elspeth Carroll
Vice President
Ashley Kirkness
Diversity Affairs Officer
Matthew Greive
Disabilities Affairs Officer
Dharyin Colbert
Māori Affairs Officer
Hannah Cronin
City Campus Representative
Bianca Cox-Hohapata
South Campus Representative
Pearl Taliauli
North Campus Representative
Lucian Plaumann
Postgraduate Affairs Officer
Nadine Tupp
Health & Environmental Sciences Faculty Representative
Rose Tei
Te Ara Poutama Faculty Representative
Hela Rahman
Business, Economics & Law Faculty Representative
Kinanti Desyanandini
Design & Creative Technologies Faculty Representative
Gillett Kabigting
Culture & Society Faculty Representative
Aspasia Tatuila
Pasifika Affairs Officer
Liz Pollock
Mature Students Officer
Niranjan Patil
International Affairs Officer

SRC Job Descriptions

Speak Up Now

Get in touch with any of our reps and have your say.