University of New England Students' Association

The University of New England Students' Association (UNESA) was the representative body for undergraduate students at the University of New England, Australia. UNESA funded a radio station, TUNE! FM established April 1970), and a student newspaper, Neucleus (established April 1947), through a general service fee paid by all students to the University. Prior to 1990 the association was known as the UNE Students' Representative Council and, for a time, as the Armidale Students' Association. Following the introduction of voluntary student unionism, UNESA was dissolved at a special general meeting of the members in late March 2006. The functions and services previously provided by UNESA were taken over by Services UNE Ltd with undergrads@une being established to fill the gap left which required student representation. undergrads@une was replaced in 2009 by 'UNEG Ltd' (UNE Guild) - elections are currently underway.

Read more about University Of New England Students' Association:  UNE Liberal Club, Past Presidents of UNESA, Past Presidents of UARC/undergrads@une

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