“The Women's Collective is honestly a home away from home. I've learned so much from the incredible women I've had the honour of working and collaborating with. This is honestly a community like no other and something that I'm so proud to be involved with.” Lizzie Butterworth 

The Women's Collective is an autonomous community for all women students at UNSW.  

It is a social, political and organising space for all women, and joining the community is a great way of getting involved in your student representative council.  

All female-identifying students are welcome to use the Women's Room on campus. 

Through meetings the Women’s Collective plans campaigns and activities to raise awareness about gender issues that affect women disproportionately.  

Weekly meetings are held each Monday from 12 noon – 1pm in the Women's Room, located in the Arc equity spaces behind Baxter College, off the Basser steps, Main Campus.