Over 270 staff and students attended the second Student General Meeting of the year.
A Student General Meeting against the Arts cuts is scheduled for 27 October.
Enrolment numbers will determine what will be cut, merged or otherwise diminished.
The LTSU was forced to make all 22 of its staff redundant after La Trobe cuts its SSAF funding by 88% in favour of a new ‘apolitical’ organisation.
Courses may be rationalised and academic staff will face a review “relative to revenue generation” under the new proposal.
The cuts are a part of a restructuring that has already seen the merging of five faculties into three colleges last November.
The ten universities’ total spending on redundancies surpassed the $286.6 million decline in revenue from international students last year.
Students and staff united against the potential dissolution of SLAM and closure of departments.
There isn’t another university in New South Wales that offers such a comprehensive academic and historic look at religion.
The SRC’s application for an approximately $45,000 increase in funding was rejected by the University.