Monthly Archives: February 2019
The classic market vibe is coming to Hub Central! Starting from Thursday 28 February, there will be stalls and market vibes aplenty down in the Hub West courtyard (near the wooden steps across from the Art Gallery). There’ll be plants, second hand clothes and books, food and a huge variety of stalls including Ikea and […]
The Tech eChallenge (ENTREP 3901 or ENTREP 7901) is a course that takes you through the process of forming a tech-based idea, assessing its potential and then devising a way to create it. You don’t have to have any software development experience to take part in the course but even if you are a coding […]
Wondering where to find textbooks and course materials that you’ll need? MyUni is the best place to find your course content and information about any materials you might need – but don’t worry if nothing’s in there yet! People running the course will update it closer to the beginning of the semester. In the meantime, […]
RCC Fringe membership Only two days before RCC Fringe opens its doors on campus – so register now for our RCC Fringe membership program! Already subscribed? Your Rewards Card will be ready for collection from this Friday 15th February. RCC Fringe student giveaway If your membership offers haven’t been enough – here’s more! To […]
Effective during the Fringe (15 February – 17 March), all buildings on the North Terrace campus (including Hub Central) will only be accessible with a current University ID card after 5pm on weekdays and all day Saturdays and Sundays. There will also be additional 24-hour security in the Hub. Contact Security on 8313 5990 if […]
You may be eligible to apply for Reasonable Adjustments to your coursework or Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs). Apply by contacting Disability Support – you will need to register and provide supporting documentation. For more information contact Disability Support on 83135962 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. See this issue of Student News here.
If you have a keen interest in health and wellbeing and know your way around a blog or social media feed, Student Health & Wellbeing is recruiting for our student-run social media team. Further information here. See this issue of Student News here.
New in town? Don’t have a group of friends in Adelaide? Experience the benefits of College life with Lincoln’s Non-Resident “Open Colls” Program. Open Coll students can access College life while living off-campus, including access to: academic support and wellbeing programs, social and cultural events, and meals. Further information See this issue of Student […]
Interested in practicing literary criticism with some of the world’s finest scholars? This Arts Masterclass will introduce you to the work of J.M. Coetzee, Nobel laureate and Professor at the University of Adelaide. More information here. See this issue of Student News here.
Studying any undergraduate degree, and interested in the arts? Check out a new elective course run in partnership with the Festival of Arts! It investigates the process behind the creation of artworks in a range of forms: musical, theatrical, literary and visual in! More details. See this issue of Student News here.