The results have been delayed in response to concerns about the planned May release date.
The reforms will also allow campaigns to distribute printed materials in languages other than English.
The other 38 universities involved in the study will also be releasing their data.
It appears the University has paid for upgrades to its own toilets, contrary to a report by the Sunday Telegraph.
Students are struggling to access relevant, timely information about administration from the centralised 1800 SYD UNI and Student Centre services.
The recommendations seek 'to make the SRC elections less stressful and fairer for all involved'.
Co-vice president Lily Matchett and education officer Ahmed Bin Suhaib have been elected as co-presidents by SUPRA council following Tom Greenwell's resignation.
Organisers of the protest have described the ceremony as a “sausage party”. Additional reporting by Aidan Molins.
The presidents of the SRC and SUPRA have regained their positions on one of the University’s most powerful decision-making bodies.
Siobhan Ryan and Naaman Zhou report.