Smoke free La Trobe – introduction of smoking fines

Smoke from cigarettes and e-cigarettes is hazardous to our health. If you do choose to smoke be courteous of those around you and only smoke in the permitted designated smoking areas. Fines will be issued from second semester to people disregarding the smoke-free policy and putting the health of others at risk. Visit the Smoke…

Sustainability on campus

Sustainability is about all of us! We’re committed to creating a more sustainable University and are continually working to minimise our footprint. However, there are lots of things you can do individually to help. How can you help? Some of the great options to help you be more environmentally friendly on campus include: Drinking fountains on…

Apply for on-campus accommodation now!

Applications now open for 2017 on-campus accommodation at La Trobe! Living on campus, you’ll become part of our residential community where you’ll make friends for life. You’ll also have access to mentoring opportunities, academic support, social events and community engagement programs to enhance your university experience. We have a range of accommodation options to suit…

International Students Honoured in 2016 Awards

2016 has proved to be an award-winning year for our international students! International Student of the Year Nomination Bendigo international student Alonso Navarro Mendosa (from Mexico) has been shortlisted by the Victorian Government for their annual education awards in the category, International Student of the Year. Alonso works tirelessly at the Bendigo campus as a…

Need help with assessment tasks?

Check out Achieve@Uni, La Trobe’s online resource for help with library research skills, referencing, learning at university, writing, reading, presentations, English language and maths. You can find out what you need to know, try out your skills, and get linked to more help. You can also drop in and see a Peer Learning Advisor or…

Book Launch: The Kaohsiung Incident in Taiwan and Memoirs of a Foreign Big Beard

Join us for this book launch by Professor Bruce Jacobs exploring the Kaohsiung Incident of 1979-1980. He’ll give insight into this event, which disturbed Taiwan’s dictatorship and ultimately contributed to Taiwan’s democratisation. The book will be launched by Professor J.S. (Jack) Gregory. Date:   Thursday 1 September Time:   2.30-4.00 pm Venue: David Myers Meeting Room, David Myers…

Mexican student loves campus community

Alonso Navarro Mendoza is an international student studying a Master of Community Planning and Development at our Bendigo Campus. Originally from Mexico, Alonso moved to Melbourne in 2015 to further his education. ‘Having an international qualification in Mexico gives me value as a professional, because not many Mexicans have the opportunity to do a postgraduate…