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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.

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BSA News

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Ask the Advocate: Understanding the V Grade

Ensure you understand the V-Grade and what it means to your studies.

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An Important Announcement from BSA President and CEO

A public statement from the President and CEO regarding BSA.

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Ask the Advocate: Feedback literacy

What seems like a very long time ago, back in February, we had our Feedback Literacy Forum 2020 for students and staff. What did we learn? What do we want to do next?

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Ask the Advocate: When things seem hopeless

For many of us, feelings of hopelessness can be overwhelming. Life was already hard before restrictions and pandemics. Stop the spiral with these techniques.  

BSA Events

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SWOTVAC Kahoot Pub Quiz!

WIN a sweet study pack of snacks and stationery!!

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Semster 2 Orientation Online

Get ready for semester 2 with club info, events and more!

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By the numbers

BSA
Members

765

Days until Study vacation (SWOT VAC)

5

Days until Bruce Week 2020

-1

Days until semester 2

5

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.