Adam Adelpour was amongst ten protesters arrested or fined at yesterday's rally.
The motion comes after the University admitted that teaching revenue increased this year.
Despite groups remaining under 19 in total attendees, police began clearing the various actions within 10 minutes of speeches beginning.
The conclusion only applies a temporary provision for next semester.
Tonight's vote signals an escalation in tactics from students and staff in response to austerity measures from the University.
Yet more staff cuts proposed.
The decision comes in response to the expected revenue downfall in 2021.
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.