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We ran a live feed of the SGM on FB today, if you missed it, check it out!
At the AGM on 26th July, the executive announced a changed to the executive structure, honoraria payable and election timeframe. More info:
General executive members Mooskaa Khattak and Ryan Aston have resigned from the ASA executive team as at the end of semester one. These positions will be filled as part of the 2018 executive election.
NZUSA have recently met with Studylink and have sent us the following information:
The results from the 2016 election of the 2017 ASA Executive can be viewed here.
Read all about our 2017 ASA Executive candidates here. And if you've not already signed up to join the ASA on this website, make sure you do so ahead of the election to make voting for your preferred candidates so much quicker!
15 students have been nominated to fill the 7 seats on the 2017 ASA Executive Committee.
Watch this video to find out why and how to get nominated to our Executive team for 2017.
Nominations opened today, 15th August and run until 26th August, for candidates to stand for election to the 2017 ASA Executive.
Meet the 5-member team, who will be representing Massey University to compete for the University Challenge NZ 2016 TV Show in Wellington, in 2 weeks time!
Jessica Montgomerie tendered her resignation as Social Vice-President during the executive meeting held on 15th July. As more than half of the term had been served, the executive committee decided not to run a by-election for the position.
The tickets have arrived for the ASA Venecian Masquerade Ball being held on 26th August.
As per the rules of the Association, following the resignation of Asman Umjad and the promotion of Lance Walsh, James Edley was offered and has accepted the psotiion of general representative on the ASA Executive team.
The ASA executive accepted the resignation of Usman Amjad as Administration Vice-President at their meeting on 13th May 2016. Lance Walsh was promoted to this role.
How about some FREE Sushi for lunch? Come along to this semester's student engagment forum to find out all about how your student services levy is spent. Click here for all the info.
ASA are running a survey to find out where you think the smoking areas should be on campus. This is YOUR chance to have YOUR say.
It's that time of year again. Please come along to our SGM together with your issues, ideas and appetite. 12pm Student Lounge, Wednesday 23rd March.