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Advocacy and support

When faced with decisions that adversely affect your studies or when an allegation of misconduct has been brought against you, you have the right to be supported and heard. 

Available support options are listed on this page.

Student Advocacy

The Bond University Student Association (BUSA) provides independent advocacy services to students by way of advice, information, support, and assistance on a wide range of topics, issues and decisions that may adversely affect students. BUSA representatives have extensive knowledge of Bond University Policies as well as relevant legislation that drives decision-making.

Support Person

When meeting with University representatives, in the absence of a Student Advocate, students are able to bring a support person to a meeting, interview, or hearing.

Independent Professional Advice

Students may also seek independent professional advice in preparation for an interview, meeting or hearing or in reviewing of decision and appeal documentation.


In resolving issues, the University encourages students to represent themselves and engage directly with the University to be able to determine an outcome. 

Students may seek support, independent advice and/or Student Advocacy services, and may be accompanied by a Student Advocate or other support person at an interview, meeting or hearing.