The Students as Partners Consultative Group (SCON) is your opportunity to receive student feedback on your ideas and projects.
The group is made up of students with a range of lived experiences. It includes students from culturally diverse and migrant backgrounds, students with disabilities, parents, carers and students from LGBTQIA+ communities.
The last meeting of the year will be on Monday 27 November.
Getting involved in SCON
If you have an idea or project you’d like feedback or consultation on, reach out via email. The SCON Project Officer in the Division of Equity Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) will set up a quick initial meeting with you to learn more about your idea and to help you with your project brief.
The SCON meeting itself can be arranged virtually or in-person. You’ll have 30 minutes to run a mini-focus group with students, and you’ll receive written feedback from them after the meeting.
Projects suitable for SCON
It’s valuable to engage with SCON, regardless of the stage your project is at. The group will review as early as the ideation phase, all the way through to providing feedback on a final product or program.
In the past, SCON has provided feedback and input into student-facing campaigns, event ideas and messaging for a range of topics and projects including the Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP), Contract Cheating and Study Abroad.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your project included or to learn more about the meeting on 27 November.
Find out more about the members of the Students as Partners Consultative Group, the process and testimonials.