Student Staff Consultative Committees (SSCC)
Student-staff consultative committees (SSCCs) are forums attended by students and staff to provide student feedback to improve academic program. The committees meet at least twice each semester and focus on program-related issues such as assessment, workload, teaching methods, program structure, timetabling, access to resources and other matters raised by staff or students.
To get involved complete and submit the 2012 SSCC nomination form (PDF 96KB) to your course coordinator, or at your program administration desk.
- The what, when, why and how of SSCCs
- RMIT SSCC policy, procedure, guidelines and terms of reference
- About training for SSCC student representatives
- RMIT LEAD recognition for SSCC participation
- College of Science, Engineering and Health SEH SSCC News
- Student representation on SEH Governance Committees
- How to make a complaint at RMIT
- Appealing against an assessment decision at RMIT
- Information for students in the College of SEH
For more information
Contact Rick Ryan.