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2023 election for Satellite Campus Officer


To improve representation for postgraduate students studying and located in satellite campuses (all campuses other than the main Camperdown Campus), notice is hereby given of the election for the position of one (1) SUPRA Satellite Campus Officer for the 2023–24 term. The election will be held from 6pm on Wednesday 26 April 2023 (Sydney time) online.

Use this Zoom meeting link to attend the elections.


Any currently enrolled postgraduate students studying at any University of Sydney satellite campuses who are members of SUPRA (or willing to become a member) are eligible to nominate themselves for the Satellite Campus Officer position, subject to the SUPRA Constitution and SUPRA Electoral Regulations.

Nomination forms must be completed before 6pm on Wednesday 26 April 2023 (Sydney time). Complete the nomination form.

Voting in the elections:

Currently enrolled postgraduate students studying at a satellite campus who are members of SUPRA (or willing to become a member) are eligible to nominate and vote in the election of the Satellite Campus Officer. Voting will take place 6–7pm on Wednesday 26 April 2023 (Sydney time) at the online election.

Use this Zoom meeting link to attend and vote in the elections.

Please note:

Please advise us if you have any accessibility requirements for the election by emailing: president@supra.usyd.edu.au

The role:

The Satellite Campus Officer is an equity position and has a seat on the SUPRA Council. The duties and responsibilities of the role are defined by SUPRA’s Constitution and the Duty Statement for the Satellite Campus Officer. The position is a volunteer position and includes a stipend of up to seven (7) hours per week.

The election:

The election will be conducted in accordance with the SUPRA Constitution and the SUPRA Electoral Regulations. The meeting schedule will be as follows:

  1. Introduction and election of a Returning Officer
  2. Explanation of the election procedure
  3. Candidates’ statements/speeches
  4. Casting of secret ballots
  5. Appointment of scrutineers and counting of votes
  6. Announcement of results by Returning Officer.


The polling will be open after the candidate statements have been made and all eligible students must cast their votes during this time. The election is conducted in accordance with the SUPRA Constitution and the SUPRA Electoral Regulations.

Regulations and policy

SUPRA Constitution

The Constitution is the main governing document for SUPRA. Many aspects of elections are outlined within it.

Download Constitution [PDF, 450KB]

SUPRA Electoral Regulations

These regulations support the Constitution, and further outline many election processes.

Download Electoral Regulations [PDF 250KB]

Other regulations and policies

Other policies and regulations are relevant to elections, including the Councillor Code of Conduct and Safer Spaces policies.

Find all SUPRA policies and regulations

Equity Officer duty statement

Download the Satellite Campus Officer Duty Statement:

Download Word document.

Download PDF

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