Staff at the two universities have voted in favour of strike action or a protected action ballot to demand better working conditions.
The UTSSA will not reaffiliate with the CISA (Council of International Students Australia) following accusations of inaction and a conservative leadership under Oscar Ong.
Woodward has also been barred from nominating or participating in future elections.
Management’s proposals continue UTS’ track record of austerity measures.
The latest cuts come on top of more than 350 voluntary redundancies at UTS last year.
A number of office-bearers have been asked to sign a declaration of good behaviour, or else face the removal of privileges or dismissal.
More Collectives at UTS have faced sanctions including the loss of swipe access, suspension of expenditure, room bookings, and access to Association spaces.
UTS FASS Dean Alan Davison said that FASS would “need to adjust its academic staff profile”.
The UTSSA President and Executive have been criticised for imposing sanctions on the Education Action Group, their lack of transparency, and cuts to Vertigo’s budget.
UTS has provided its marketing department with approved answers to questions about educational quality and staff and course cuts.