Indigenous Students Association

Description

The UNE Indigenous Students Association is a free to join, not for profit organisation, designed to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. ISA aims to build a community of young, strong leaders who are breaking down barriers and most importantly improving themselves and their communities. ISA works closely with the Armidale Aboriginal community and Oorala Aboriginal Centre. The ISA is an Indigenous student run association that welcomes diversity. The ISA is a dedicated and passionate group of students striving to support other Indigenous students through social, cultural and academic events and processes.

Yearly the ISA has events that are designed to support students while studying. These include:

  • VC Morning tea
  • Indigenous Games
  • A BBQ every Term
  • Heads of School Lunch
  • Cultural excursions

The ISA is open to any suggestions that students have please feel free to contact us or if you have a question or a suggestion feel free to contact through this link.

Anyone may become an associate member of the ISA however, only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students may become a student member. Becoming a member is free and allows you to be apart of our team and events. To sign up to become a member please click here.

The ISA acknowledges that we are on country of the Anaiwan people. ISA respects and acknowledges the importance of the traditions and connection to land, people and beliefs the Aboriginal people have in Australia. The ISA would like to pay respect to the Elders, past and present, and show our understanding of these people, who are the world's oldest living culture.

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