Faculty Student Associations (FSAs) are the primary point of contact for more course-specific information and assistance for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. There is an established FSA for all four faculties within the University:
The BSA is tasked with engaging not only with students but academics, industry and the wider community. The BSA hosts a variety of educational, networking & social events throughout the year whilst representing students interests and ensuring they get the most out of their time at Bond. The BSA has been running since 1990 and is more excited than ever to bring better events, experiences and opportunities to the university. The BSA also manages the Bond Investment Group (BIG), Hotel & Tourism Student Association (HTSA), Bond University Accounting (BUA) and Bond Actuarial Student Society (BASS).
The HMSA represents all students in the HSM Faculty. It provides advocacy services for students in contacting faculty staff and is the first point of contact if students have any issues. The HMSA also runs events including The Physical, Cram Sessions and many more events.
The Bond University Law Students’ Association consists of thirteen members organised in four pods. This structure helps to ensure that we cater to almost every aspect of a Bond law student’s experience.
The Society and Design Students’ Association is a student representative body for all students within the Faculty of Society and Design at Bond University. The Faculty of Society and Design boasts the largest number of students per faculty and the most diverse range of degrees at Bond University. The SDSA fulfils many functions including running the FSD Book Sale; various cultural & social events; competitions; and organising academic, work and internship opportunities.