Campbelltown Student Campus Council Report


By Jarrod Bradley:

Born & raised in the area, Jarrod Bradley is the Campbelltown Student Campus Council Chair for 2015, making sure the students in Campbelltown have their voices heard inside and outside of UWS

The CSCC has had a great few months, advocating for local campus changes whilst also supporting important causes, such as the Red Week campaign.

Red Week is an initiative of the Australian Medical Students Association (AMSA), raising awareness of sexual health amongst students. As the CSCC we teamed up with the medical students of UWS to bring this event to all Campbelltown students, featuring speakers from our local sexual health clinic, free food – which I’m sure you all enjoyed – and printed information made up by some medical students.

As the CSCC we are looking to continue to improve campus life for our students, so please come along to Diversity Fest to chat with us, stop by our office, or send us an email and let us know what we can do to help. OR leave a note in our feedback box in the student kitchen.

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