Most students at CSU pay the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF), which can be used to fund services, support and facilities specifically for students. Each year, students and staff have the chance to submit their ideas and proposals for SSAF funding. Students also complete a survey each year to provide their feedback.
We aim to develop SSAF projects and initiatives that benefit as many students as possible. We’re committed to seeing SSAF funds used to enhance students’ experience at CSU.
CSU has spent SSAF funds on careers and academic advice services, developing study skills, counselling and welfare services, redesigning our Student Portal, return postage to online students for library books, financial support, sports and food services, and much more.
A SSAF Steering Committee decides how to spend SSAF funds. The committee includes student representatives and executive staff from Faculties and Divisions. It reviews proposals and spending in line with government legislation, student need and preferences, and University strategy.
April round - Student Initiatives: 2 April to 28 May 2018 Student Survey: 9 July to 30 July 2018September round - Student and Staff submissions: 17 September to 12 November 2018
CSU staff have the chance to share their ideas for how SSAF funds can be spent in 2019. Submissions are open from Monday 17 September 2018 to 9am, Monday 12 November 2018. Refer to the staff resources for more information and download the SSAF Staff Initiative Proposal Template.
If you're not sure how to start the process or you have any questions, contact the SSAF team, who can help with budget and milestone requirements in the proposal.