What is the SSAF?
The compulsory Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) charged to most students who are studying on campus. SSAF is used to support Student Services and Amenities of a non-academic nature:
- Recreational activities including clubs, societies and campus events
- Sporting activities and facilities
- Student Advocacy
- Legal advice
- Financial advice
- Support for student organisation
- Infrastructure for non-academic activities
In 2011 the Australian Government legislated that the SSAF could be spent on support services and amenities such as sporting and recreational activities, employment and career advice, financial advice and food services. All higher education providers around Australia are entitled to charge a SSAF. SSAF is embedded into your tuition fees.
For more information how Griffith University allocate SSAF click here: Griffith University Student Services and Amenities Fee
Further information can be found on the Australian Government website: Australian Government Student Services and Amenities Fee
How the SRC is using SSAF?
The SRC want you to have the best university experience possible by organising an action-packed events calendar and a wide range of services for you to benefit from. It doesn’t matter what Brisbane or Logan campus you study at – you can utilise any of our events and services. We pride ourselves in giving the best service possible to students and encourage all students to provide feedback about our services or let us know what initiatives you would like to see on campus.
Click on the link to provide your feedback – SRC / GUPSA Feedback Survey