Sunday Craft and Chill

Whether you're a craft aficionado or are looking to learn new skills, we've got you covered. Come and join a community of like-minded crafty individuals and take some time away from your studies and the stress of daily life.

BSA Merch sale 2020

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

Advocacy is here for you

We're available online

Zoom Halloween Dance Party

We can't party in person but lets still celebrate the end of 2020!

Joint Statement

A joint statement from the Bendigo Student Association, La Trobe Student Union and the Wodonga Student Association.


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

BSA News


Special General Meeting

Calling all currently enrolled LTU Bendigo students!📣📣📣


Advocate’s tips: When we are not OK

Here comes RUOK Day again. If someone asks us directly, what will we say? Will we mean it?


Advocate’s tips: paying for accommodation while studying

With guest, Financial counsellor, Jenny Elvey, Bendigo Family & Financial Services


Wear it Purple Day

On the last Friday of August every year we celebrate Wear It Purple Day. A day to dedicated to appreciate and raise awareness of the awesomeness of the many LGBTIQ people we have in our lives and in our communities.

BSA Events


Cooking Class: Mabu Mabu Damper

Learn how to make damper with native ingredients and learn more about local bush tukka.


Sunday Craft & Chill: Watercolour Cats

Wave you cat loving flags high! We'll be using watercolours to create a cartoon-esque cat.


Isolation Study Sessions

Fun & interactive study sessions throughout semester.


Mondays with MAB

BSA x MAB Over the next 6 weeks, Mondays 7.30pm will showcase 6 different musos bringing you a set full of tunes to help get you through the rest of the semester....


BSA Clubs & Societies

Club Events

By the numbers



Days until Semester 1, 2021


Days until Christmas


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.