Stucco Application Form
Please submit this form before you come to any meetings so we can properly record your attendance.
STUCCO is a self-managed, not for profit student housing cooperative. STUCCO encourages diversity amongst its applicants, and aims not to discriminate on any basis, including but not limited to, background, age, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, or religious beliefs.
Members are expected to contribute to the self-management of Stucco in both general and committee meetings.
As the only student housing cooperative in New South Wales, demand for spots at STUCCO is always high, so please don’t be discouraged if your application is initially unsuccessful - every unit is different and vacancies come up often SO KEEP APPLYING!
STUCCO as a housing cooperative takes need into consideration – among other things – when determining the outcome of a potential residents application. This need could be financial, emotional, social etc.. We understand that the process of articulating this need within a multi-person interview can be somewhat intimidating, so if there is something that you would like to express to the cooperative that you feel uncomfortable discussing during an interview, please speak to any membership representative. You can send an email to
if you would like to organise a time to meet someone in private. Again, please speak to any membership representative if you have concerns about privacy or the selection process.
Once you have attended three meetings please email
to ensure we have marked your eligibility for the interview stage.
*Before completing this form please note that unfortunately, due to government restrictions, only permanent residents or Australian citizens are eligible to apply.*
Full (Preferred) Name
Meaning how would you like people to refer to you? e.g. he, she, they
Make sure it is one that you check regularly.
Date of Birth
For data collection purposes only. Dates in this form are in American format.
Do you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
Torres Strait Islander
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
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