From July 1, ANUSA is the student union for all students

ANUSA is now the single student union for all ANU students; undergraduate, postgraduate and Higher Degree by Research (HDR).
Read below for more information about accessing ANUSA services and programs.

If you need any help at all you can contact us at, 02 6125 2444, or fill in our online contact form.

This year's Bush Week will be open to all students and we look forward to providing a diverse range of events for postgraduate students from Semester 2 and onwards.

We will keep you up to date with information through email newsletters, as well as through our Facebook pageInstagram and website.


ANUSA Services

If you need any help at all, ANUSA should be your first port of call. If we can’t help then chances are we can get you in touch with someone who can.

Student Assistance

The Student Assistance Team at ANUSA provides support, advice and assistance to ANU Students. University can be hard to navigate and the Student Assistance Advisors are here to help. The Student Assistance Advisors are professional staff, not current students, and confidentiality is assured. The service is free. Find out more.
ANUSA Student Assistance is open to postgraduate students.

Free Legal Support

The ANUSA Legal Service is an accredited community legal centre run by ANUSA. We provide provide free and confidential legal advice to all ANU students (including both undergraduates and postgraduates). We can help with tenancy, migration or visa advice, legal problems at work, intellectual property, discrimination, defamation, SASH and other legal areas. All legal advice is provided by or under the supervision of an experienced practising lawyer.
Find out more and book an appointment.
Our legal service is open to postgraduate students.

Brian Kenyon Student Space (BKSS)

The BKSS is a lounge space on campus in the Di Riddell Student Centre that is open to all students. We offer free breakfast every weekday of semester, mutual aid, free tea and coffee, as well as a place to relax or study, We also have zip taps and a kitchenette, including fridges and microwaves.
The BKSS is open during term time to all students, including postgrads.


ANUSA Departments

ANUSA has seven autonomous departments representing marginalised groups in our community.

ANU BIPOC Department
The BIPOC Department is the official committee dedicated to ensuring the voices of Bla(c)k, Indigenous and People of Colour are represented and heard at ANU.

ANU Disabilities Student Association
The ANU Disabilities Student Association is an autonomous collective created to advocate on behalf of students who identify as having a disability or are registered with Access and Inclusion. ANU DSA is your voice fighting for students with disabilities through activism & advocacy.

ANU Indigenous Department
The ANU Indigenous Department is the representative body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at the ANU.

ANU International Students Department
ANU International Students’ Department (ISD) is the university’s peak representative body for international students. They work hard to engage and advocate for international students at all levels of the University.

ANU Women's Department
The ANU Women’s Department is one of ANUSA’s autonomous departments. They meet regularly to discuss issues pertinent to their experiences on campus, and to feminism more broadly. They provide advocacy, support and representation to women, non-binary, transgender, gender-diverse students.

ANU Queer* Department
The Queer* Department provides services to all LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, intersex, questioning and or asexual or queer*) students at the ANU. They run social events, advocate, and run political campaigns.

ANU Environment Collective
The ANU Environment Collective is for anyone who wants to learn about and take action on environmental and social justice issues. The ANU Environment Collective recognises that environmental and social justice issues are inseparable, and that fighting for a sustainable future means realising a world in which all people, all beings, can live in peace, dignity and freedom.

ANUSA Education Action Group
The ANUSA Education Action Group (EAG) is a space for all students to organise activism for the betterment of their education. This space is needed to counteract the inherent power imbalance between individual students and the University. The EAG is focused on the structural conditions affecting students and staff and often organises in solidarity with the National Tertiary Education Union, the union for staff. The EAG meets most Mondays, 1pm on the ANUSA balcony. Details are posted to the EAG Facebook page.


ANUSA Representatives

As ANUSA becomes the student union for all students, ANUSA has a number of opportunities for postgraduate students.

We are looking for representatives to sit on the Student Representative Council from 2 August to 30 November 2023. These representatives will have opportunities to engage in areas of academic advocacy, activism, and improving education at the ANU for Postgraduates.

If you are passionate about education, such as improving education accessibility or improving life for PhD or postgraduate coursework at the ANU, these are the positions you should consider nominating for! Check the nomination form for more details.

ANUSA President and Undergraduate Member on ANU Council
Ben Yates

ANUSA Vice President
Grace King

ANUSA General Secretary
Phoenix O'Neill

ANUSA Treasurer
Katrina Ha

ANUSA Education Officer
Beatrice Tucker

ANUSA Clubs Officer
Charlotte Carnes

ANUSA Welfare Officer
Luke Manning (interim)

As well as the ANUSA Executive, there are also 14 General Representatives, the 7 Department Officers, and 12 College Reps (2 for each college).

ANUSA Representatives


Contact Us

Phone: 02 6125 2444

Opening hours: 9am-5pm Monday to Friday (not including public holidays)

We acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which ANUSA operates.
We recognise the continuing connection to lands, waters, and communities of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We pay our respect to Elders, past and present, and commit to standing with our first nations people.

Contact ANUSA (02) 6125 2444