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October 9, 2017

All executive members are required to: Be a part of the overall strategic thinking and leadership of VUWSA. Represent the values and principles of VUWSA as an organisation. Complete fortnightly work reports alongside more extensive half-year and annual reports detailing their work and achievements over the period.   President   40 hours per week. The […]

August 14, 2017

Remember Fairer Fares? People have been approaching us lately asking, “what happened with that?” Admittedly after months, years even, of campaigning to get over 1700 submissions in support of Fairer Fares to the regional council in May this year, things have been a bit quiet. That’s because we were waiting for the Greater Wellington Regional […]

March 13, 2017

So you’ve made it through O-Week and hopefully caught up on a week’s worth of sleep. But now you may be wondering, what was that VUWSA thing everyone kept talking about? What is that beautiful green logo I keep seeing round the place? And who is the moustachioed man who keeps talking to me about […]

February 28, 2016

Jonathan Gee—President Your job is pretty full on. What are your top tips for stress relief? Always have perspective and never lose your cool. Things often don’t go according to plan. Remember that it is usually not the end of the world, no matter how much it feels like it is in the moment. Often […]

February 21, 2016

Victoria University of Wellington Students’ Association (VUWSA) exists to make sure students have an awesome experience while studying at Victoria. We’re independent from the university and free to join, and since we’re student-led, student-ideas shape everything we do.   A student executive who makes sure you’re heard Our executive consists of ten elected students who […]

February 21, 2016

  We were set up by students right after the university opened its doors for lectures—way back in 1899. Our founders knew that students were the best people to represent students; and to ensure the university delivered the quality of education, experience, community, and facilities that students needed.   The initial philosophy of students helping […]