Census date is on 31 March 2020

The census date is your deadline to finalise your Semester 1, 2020 enrolment. You must finalise your Semester 1 subjects by the census date. After the census date, your Semester 1 enrolment is locked in, and you’ll be financially responsible for your enrolled subjects. Need help? If you are impacted by exceptional circumstances and want…

Attend the catch-up College Essentials session on 12 March

Missed your orientation? Attend the catch-up Course Essentials session from your College next week– it’s going to help you understand everything you need to know about your studies. You’ll meet your course advisers, coordinators, teaching staff and (perhaps most importantly) other students in your course. You’ll also get some essential information that will help you…

Academic skills and English help now available online and in-person

Students can now book Learning Hub appointments to get help with academic skills and English language. This includes support in specific areas, e.g. PhD thesis writing and LANTITE (literacy and numeracy test for pre-service teachers.) The bookable consultations are provided by Learning Hub staff with expertise and experience in teaching academic skills and academic English.…

Join How2uni study support workshops

Begin semester 1 on the right track! Come along to our practical and engaging #HOW2Uni workshops, full of tips and strategies that will help you to: • manage your time effectively • prepare for assessments • develop study techniques and exam strategies, and more! Attend one or more (or all!) of these FREE workshops at…

Keep Yourself Safe

The University has a number of initiatives in place to protect your safety. We suggest you do your research and be aware of the support services and emergency guidelines, so you are prepared for events which may impact on your safety. Uni-Safe service If you feel concerned about your safety when it is dark, Security…

Free online legal information

Are you an international student? Life as an international student can be difficult at times. It’s OK to ask for help. www.ishelp.org.au is a free legal information resource that can help know what to do and where to get help for legal problems connected to where you work, live and study. Share it with your friends…