Our Advocacy team offers support to students who are experiencing difficulty related to an academic, administrative or welfare issue. The LTSU Student Advocacy service operates independently of the University which means that Advocates can assist students without bias or influence from the University. The service is confidential, professional and free.
Contact the relevant Advocacy Service on your campus:
Albury Wodonga Students - Albury Wodonga Student Association (WSA)
T: 0419 423 056 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Bendigo Students - Bendigo Student Association (BSA)
T: (03) 5444 7354 - email@example.com
City, Bundoora, Mildura, Shepparton Students - La Trobe Student Union (LTSU)
T: (03) 9479 6503 - firstname.lastname@example.org
How can Advocacy help me?
Common Advocacy Issues
What to bring when meeting an Advocate
Initial appointments are scheduled for one hour and we ask everyone to ensure they are on time or you risk losing your appointment time. Appointments are free, confidential and take place in a private office space. There may be one or more follow up appointments required, but this will be determined following your first consultation.
On Sunday, the National Union of Students (NUS) launched their #SaveOurStudents campaign with a list of six demands. The LTSU has begun pushing La Trobe University to meet us on some of these demands; namely, the call for fair assessment and grading for Semester 1 2020. However, this does not go far enough. Find out what your student representatives are proposing. >