MONSU Caulfield has a rich history of student representation and the provision of student services at the Caulfield Campus. Our purpose is to meet the needs of a student community. In this way, the Union can be viewed as a form of self-government.
As the teaching organisations on the Caulfield Campus have changed over time, the student organisation has evolved to meet the needs of its students.
Monash University Student Union Caulfield (MONSU Caulfield) is the successor of:
Caulfield Institute of Technology Students’ Representative Council
Caulfield Institute of Technology Student Union
Chisholm Institute of Technology Student Union (CITSU)
Monash University Student Union (MUSU)
Over the years, the structure of MONSU has changed to meet the needs of Caulfield Students. Before 2000, MONSU had both a representative and a services arm. The services arm was led by the MONSU board, The Campus Bookstore board, and the Catering board. This meant that MONSU Student Representatives were responsible for student representation and commercial operations.
In 2003, Monyx was established as an organisation half-owned by the students of Monash University (MONSU & MSA), and the commercial arm of Monash University (MONCOMM). This was to ensure seamless student services across all Monash campuses and to guarantee funding for student representation.
In 2007, Monyx was disbanded and MONSU currently operates independently of Monash and MSA.
|Han Sol Lee
|Ziyang 'Tony' Zhang