BSA Merch sale 2020

Buy our warm, cosy hoodie in our winter merch clearance sale.

Sustainability and BSA

The steps we're taking to make BSA more sustainable for you

Advocacy is here for you

We're available online

Making Student Life Better

The BSA is not just about social activities, we’re here to make student life better so you have the best chance of succeeding with the least amount of problems. BSA services help you in a variety of ways to save money, resolve issues with the University, upskill for casual employment or add to your resume through leadership and volunteer opportunities.

Get Support during COVID-19 Period

Confused about your rights? Struggling to pay for groceries, bills or rent? Need a food package?


A Statement from the CEO and Board President of the Bendigo Student Association.

BSA News


Food Relief Program On Hold

We are regretfully suspending our on campus food relief service during the new covid restrictions period. 


Census Update Semester 2

La Trobe will be extending the Semester 2 census date to Thursday 3 September 2020


Understanding Special Consideration

Should I apply for an extension or special consideration? What if my application is rejected? When do I need a LAP?


Huge Merch sale NOW ON!

Get sweet BSA gear at an unbeatable price!

BSA Events


Team La Trobe Campus to Campus Walk and Run

The Team La Trobe Campus to Campus Walk and Run is encouraging the La Trobe community to connect and be active together across a three-week challenge as part of the ‘Lock Down with La Trobe Sport’ campaign.


Wear it Purple Day

Wear it Purple Day is about showing LGBTIQ+ young people that they have the right to be proud of who they are.


RU Ok? Day Coping Online 2020

Trust the signs, trust your gut and ask are you ok?


BSA Clubs & Societies

Club Events

By the numbers



Days until Semester 1, 2021


Days until Census Date


Days until end semester 2


BSA would like to acknowledge that we are meeting on Djaara (people) Country of the Dja Dja Wurrung. BSA acknowledge that their forbears are the Traditional Owners of the area we are on and have been for many thousands of years. The Djaara have performed age old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal. We acknowledge their living culture and their unique role in the life of this region.