Monthly Archives: February 2011
The Counselling Service provides free and confidential personal counselling for enrolled students in relation to issues that may affect student success.
The professional counselling team is available to help you explore options towards resolving your difficulties.
They also run a range of workshops, including:
• Yoga and Mind-Body Awareness
• Meditation Level 1: Concentration and Calm
• Balance: Study & […]
The Adelaide University Clubs Association is a representative body of its affiliate clubs, with those clubs sending delegates to the Clubs Association Council, from which the Clubs Association Executive is elected yearly to oversee the day to day affairs of the Clubs Association.
The chief purpose of the Clubs Association is to foster social, cultural and […]
Established in 1896, the Adelaide University Sports Association helps you to access an extensive range of sporting facilties and an interesting mix of sporting clubs. Catering for everyone from elite athletes through to social players and gym enthusiasts, the AUSA exists to provide and promote the best sport and recreation environment for the University Community.
Established to facilitate interaction and mutual exchange between international students, local students and staff at the University. The key objectives of LCE are:
To provide the opportunity for a mutual language learning exchange
To increase social interaction between international students and the wider university population by matching an international student with a local student or staff member […]
Join us every Friday morning from 10.30 am – 11.30 am outside the International Student Centre (semester teaching weeks ONLY).
Mingle with ISC staff and meet a variety of international students from around the globe.
Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, fruit and a sweet treat!