We’re back on campus and it’s very easy to slip back into old habits – but it’s still incredibly important that we keep up the social distancing where possible. A gentle reminder of what social distancing means: keeping 1.5 metres apart from others where possible (if there’s no room in your regular study space, try […]
The Australian Government has released a statement supporting international students to support Australian jobs that outlines five key visa changes for international students including online study. Full details are in the link and below. Check the DHS website for the most current Visa information.
In the face of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the University rapidly transitioned support services and activities to online delivery models. This Student Experience survey has been developed in partnership with students to better understand your experience of the models of student support offered during this unique time. Check your University student email and follow the link […]
22 July, 11 am – 2 pm, Barr Smith Lawns Next week (20 – 24 July) is mid-year O’Week! Wednesday July 22 is the big day for all new students with events on and around the Barr Smith Lawns from 11am until 2pm. The day kicks off with a Welcome to Country at 11:30am, and […]
Do you have a medical condition or disability? You may be eligible for Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs) that are tailored to suit your needs. The cut-off date for AEA applications is 22 May – so find out more, or register with Disability Support today. Remote support during your exam For assistance during your exam, the […]
In this week’s Student News email, sent April 22, the date of the return to semester one was erroneously published. Teaching for semester one will recommence on Monday, April 27. The date stated in Student News (May 4) is incorrect. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Are you facing hardship as a result of COVID-19? The University’s Student Support Package offers IT, accommodation and food support, and financial grants for lost income, first-year students and family support. This package was designed in partnership with the AUU and student representatives, to support our students who are at risk of not being able […]
The Australian Federal Police is warning of scams that are again targeting members of Adelaide’s Chinese community, including students. Such scams have previously been reported in 2018 and 2019. We recommend you visit the Scamwatch site for more details, and please report any such scams to Scamwatch.
Thank you to all new students who took the time to complete the enrolment and orientation survey. We very much appreciate your feedback and will be using your suggestions and feedback to improve your experience at University. As for the prize, the winner of the JB HI-FI voucher has been drawn. Congratulations to Noah Osborne, […]
Beginning February 14 (this Friday) and ending at 6:00 am, March 15, all buildings on the North Terrace campus will only be accessible using a valid University ID card after 5pm, Monday to Friday and any time on Saturdays and Sundays. This includes Hub Central, Helen Mayo North and South and the Nexus 10 complex. […]