Monthly Archives: May 2019
Submit your best coursework before 11 June. Submit up to three of your most outstanding papers/assignments/projects completed during your undergraduate degree and be in with a chance to win a trip to Dublin, Ireland! See this issue of Student News.
Help us breathe new life into the University and have a chance to win a $500 JB-HiFi voucher! Complete this survey and tell us your views on social spaces on campus – especially the Hub and Union House – to inform a refresh, and also help plan improvements at Waite and Roseworthy. See this […]
The University Crisis Line is out of hours phone support available 365 days a year from 5 pm to 9 am Monday to Friday and 24 hours a day on weekends and public holidays. The service is free – call 1300 167 654 or text 0488 884 197. See this issue of Student News. […]
Make the most of your post-break energy and come to a Peer Assisted Study Session (PASS) to revise course content and get back into study. Attend 8 sessions for your chance to win an iPad or JB HiFi / Myer vouchers. No need to enrol, just check the timetable and come along! See this issue […]
Pursue your own ideas and have a chance to win a share of $80,000 in the Australian eChallenge (ENTREP 3900 or ENTREP 7900)! Get involved with this entrepreneurship course and create, develop, assess and action your ideas to begin your entrepreneurial story. See this issue of Student News.
Our team of Education and Welfare Officers (EWOs) are able to provide advice, support, information and where necessary, referral for any issue which may impact a student’s ability to successfully engage in their study. Find out more here , or contact student care. See this issue of Student News.
LCE Vietnamese night 17 May, 6 pm to 8:30 pm Rumours Cafe (Level 6, Union House) Join us for our next Language and Cultural Engagement (LCE) Night – Vietnamese Night! Come along for free food, fun activities and a chance to make new friends. More events… Humanitarian issues in 2019: a snapshot 8 May, […]
You may be eligible for Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs). Find out more or register with Disability Support, and remember to apply before 24 May. If you’ve previously had AEAs and have taken a break from your studies, contact your Disability Advisor to make sure your arrangements are still in place. See this issue of Student News […]
If you’re beginning your last semester of an Honours or Postgraduate Coursework program in semester 2, and are in financial need, the AR Riddle Grant Scheme may be for you! Contact Student Care to discuss your application, and remember to apply by 14 June. See this issue of Student News here.
Did you know mindfulness training can: Decrease stress levels? Improve sleep? Improve immune function? Experience it for yourself in a free 20 minute introduction, offered by the Yoga and Meditation Club and Student Health and Wellbeing. When: 7 May, 1:20 – 1:50 pm Where: Student Services Seminar Room, Level 6 Hughes Building Reserve your spot […]