The Massey University Students' Associations Federation (MUSAF) represents the seven (five mainstream, two tangata whenua) student bodies at Massey University's three campuses in Palmerston North, Auckland, Wellington and Extramural students.
MUSAF has three representatives to the Massey University's governing body, the Massey University Council.
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