Tonight's vote signals an escalation in tactics from students and staff in response to austerity measures from the University.
Opponents argue the change would lead to reduced course quality and staff pay.
UTS has provided its marketing department with approved answers to questions about educational quality and staff and course cuts.
Lara Sonnenschein and Matthew Forbes report.
The vote follows news that the FASS Heads of Schools had been asked to “propose concrete school-based or broader suggestions” to cut 30% of full-time employment.
This makes Sydney University the fourth G08 university that needs to repay staff.
The stickers have been found near Fisher Library and the New Law Building.
Police shut down EAG rally, despite protesters being in socially distanced groups.
Honi spoke to staff about their concerns regarding the recently announced cut to hours.
NSW Police have shut down Sydney's latest Black Lives Matter rally, issuing a move on order and detaining organisers.