Find out more about the student associations and societies at your campus below.
NDSA - Notre Dame Student Association
The Notre Dame Student Association (NDSA) was created in 1996 to help our students grow both in and out of the classroom. Located in Prindiville Hall (ND3), the NDSA reflects the vibrant energy of Fremantle and our university.
At the close of each year, the Student Association Committee is elected to represent Notre Dame’s student body. Our passionate and skilled team are here to help our students have a positive and social experience here at ND.
Whether you have a question, suggestion or concern, we would love to hear from you. You are an automatic member of SA upon enrolment so we hope that you will help us create a strong student voice on campus and get involved.
Please follow the link to our website to find out more about SA and what we do for you on campus. Feel free to email, call or even visit us in our office upstairs in Prindiville Hall. We’d love a chat!
SAUNDA - Student Association of The University of Notre Dame Australia
The Student Association of the University of Notre Dame Australia (SAUNDA) provides an avenue for social and personal development and fosters a sense of community. The Student Association aims to support the needs of students. It liases directly with student groups to ensure concerns are appropriately addressed.
The Student Association is the voice for Notre Dame students. Every student is automatically a member of the association and is entitled to its services and benefits. Its mission is to serve the best interests of the student body by interacting with the university administration, organising social events and providing support and assistance.
The Student Association Commitee is elected by the students of each school.