BUSA annual general meeting
All currently enrolled students are welcome to attend the AGM to be held in Building 6_3_27.
The Bond University Student Association (BUSA) is your student organisation and provides services to the broader student community. BUSA's mission is to make student life at Bond more rewarding - ranging from enhancing academic pursuits, facilitating sporting involvement and satisfying social necessities. BUSA is a voluntary, apolitical group of elected students here to represent you and help you make the most of your time at Bond.
Visit our facebook page to keep up to date with announcements and events.
The BUSA team consists of 18 highly dedicated volunteers made up entirely of currently enrolled students. Their vision is to constantly and consistently improve the student experience at Bond and beyond. They remain your voice on campus and are professional, highly motivated and focused on their individual portfolios as well as the overall BUSA vision.
Services and support
BUSA offers a number of services and support to students, including:
- clubs, societies and association support
- social, educational and cultural events
- acting as your voice on University issues
- external connections
Where to find us
BUSA’s Office is located above the Lakeside eating area on the second floor overlooking the central lake and fountain. It is accessible from the external stairs in front of building six, or from level two by walking around the verandah towards the front of the building. The BUSA Office is staffed by the Executives and Directors of BUSA on a rotating roster, Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.
Voting has closed for 2020-2021
The BUSA Management Committee elections are held in September each year. All positions are re-elected at this time. Nominations open in Week 12 of Semester 2 and voting commences in Week 2 of Semester 3. All students who are currently enrolled are eligible to vote. Voting is via a secure link and is managed by Electoral Officers nominated by the University. For more information on the election process, by-laws and electoral guide, visit the Elections page on the BUSA Website.