Welfare Collective

Advocating for student welfare on campus

Come meet the Welfare Collective, a group of active students who are passionate about ensuring an accessible and affordable uni experience regardless of socio-economic status.

We run campaigns such as increased funding for Youth Allowance, plus textbook, food and student housing costs.

We also run the infamous free breakfast stall at different locations across campus! To keep up to date on these locations and the campaigns we run join our Facebook group for more info.

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 is 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 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Visit or contact us or Arc Reception for info and access. 

Get involved

Check out our UNSW Welfare Collective Facebook page or our Instagram for news, upcoming events and to show your support.

Like and follow us to keep up to date with all Welfare related news and events at UNSW.

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Contact Us

SRC Welfare Officer

Annikka Burge

SRC President

Michael Rahme

Arc Reception

P:(02) 9065 0900


H:10AM - 5PM

A:Gate 5 on High St, UNSW