The OUSA Executive completes daily 'breakdowns' of their work, to be transparent and provide more frequent insight into their roles, rather than just through the quarterly reports
You can read the breakdowns here.
Each quarter, your OUSA Exec members reflect on their roles and report on what they have been up to over those three months.
Check out the executive reports for 2022:
- President: Melissa Lama First Quarter Report
- Administrative Vice-President: Maya Polaschek First Quarter Report
- Finance and Strategy Officer: Emily Fau-Goodwin First Quarter Report
- Academic Representative: Caitlin Hancy First Quarter Report
- Welfare and Equity Representative: Lily Marsh First Quarter Report
- Political Representative: Te Āwhina Pounamu-Waikaramihi First Quarter Report
- Residential Representative: Patrice Le Sueur First Quarter Report
- Clubs and Societies Representative: Tulsi Raman First Quarter Report
- International Representative: Sean Teow First Quarter Report
- Postgraduate Representative: Ravneel Chand First Quarter Report
- Te Rōpū Māori Tumuaki: Jade Mills First Quarter Report
- University of Otago Pacific Island Students' President: Elisepa Taukolo First Quarter Report
Since 2012 OUSA has been operating with a voluntary membership model. OUSA is able to achieve this by the University coming to the party and contracting out OUSA's valuable services so that they are still here and going strong for you now and in the future. This 'contract' is called a Service Levy Agreement (SLA) and has been put in place because blessed are we all that the University of Otago recognises student body representation as a foundation block for this great institution. Sleep soundly.
- Read the Audited accounts for OUSA ending December 2013
- Read the Audited accounts for OUSA ending December 2014
- Read the Audited accounts for OUSA ending December 2015
- Read the Audited accounts for OUSA ending December 2016
- Read the Audited accounts for OUSA ending December 2017
- Read the Audited accounts for OUSA ending December 2018