The protest at USyd was one of a number at universities around the country
The SRC has condemned the decision.
The collective's vote of no confidence passed with near-unanimity.
The reforms will also allow campaigns to distribute printed materials in languages other than English.
There is one marginalised group lacking representation on the Student Representative Council.
For the first time, the stakeholders have ceased negotiations, handing over decisions about the distribution of SSAF to the University Executive
The network, which will host it's first meeting this Wednesday, is likely the first of its kind in Sydney.
The recommendations seek 'to make the SRC elections less stressful and fairer for all involved'.
The presidents of the SRC and SUPRA have regained their positions on one of the University’s most powerful decision-making bodies.
The presidents of the SRC and SUPRA have lost their positions on the education committee of the University’s powerful Senior Executive Group following a restructure of USyd’s executive.