Need some room to breathe, think or nap?
Some of our SRC collectives have their own rooms where members of their collective can assemble for meetings or visit for some quiet time between or after classes.
The Women's Rooms is a safe and autonomous space for women and women identifying students.
These welcoming rooms contain a couches, beanbags, a kitchenette with a fridge and toaster, and a computer with internet access. Also available are books that can be borrowed and information on women's services. It is the space where the Women's Collective meets.
The Women's Rooms are located at:
- Kensington Women's Room located: Behind Baxter College, off the Basser steps, Main Campus.
- UNSW Art & Design's Women's Room located: just next to the Common Room, E Block, UNSW Art & Design Campus.
A safe chill-out area for culturally diverse and international students. Located in the Arc Precinct, Baxter College, off Basser Steps, you can access this room Monday to Friday 8.30am - 6pm by contacting us or visiting Arc Reception.
Disability and Welfare Room
In need of a snack or quiet space to hang out and relax? Arc provides a Disability and Welfare Room, a space for any student living with a disability or welfare concerns to chill. There’s a couch, kitchenette and food to help you out while you’re at uni. It's located in the Arc Precinct, Baxter College, off Basser Steps, Monday to Friday 8.30am - 6pm. Visit or contact us or Arc Reception for info and access.
A safe place to relax and connect with other LGBTAQ students. Meetings and other activities are run by the Queer Collective on a regular basis. You can find the Queerspace in Room 9.21, Level 9, Chemical Sciences Building.
Contact your Collective Officer or Arc Reception if you have any suggestions for the use of the space or to report any issues.