Mature Age Students’ Association

The Mature Age Students’ Association is a trial department of the Guild aimed at bringing together mature age students within the university.

Background

Mature age students often find themselves feeling out of place and with fewer peers at university, but that doesn’t have to be the case. We run events for you to meet other mature age students and to develop study and informal networks of friends. Past events have included free welcome lunches, coffee catch-ups and sundowners.

If you’re interested in being a part of our committee, please get in touch. We’re always looking to get help with event organisation and are interested in representation issues as well.

Click here to check out UWA’s resource page for mature age students.

Contact

Megan Lee
Guild Vice President and Head of the Mature Aged Students’ Association
Contact Megan at vp@guild.uwa.edu.au!

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