Category: Student News
In this week’s Student News email sent on 25 November, the Term 4 census date was incorrectly listed. Term 4 census date was 19 October 2020. The date published (30 November) is the census date for Early Add Term 4 only. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.
You may be eligible for Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs). To receive these alternative arrangements, you will need to register with Disability Support and provide supporting medical documentation. The AEA cut-off date for semester 2 2020 is Friday 9th October 2020. Previously had AEAs and taken a break from your studies for more than two semesters? […]
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 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.
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. […]
Worried about bike security? Thanks to SA Police, there are some great tips below to keep your bike as secure as possible! Engrave or mark your bike frame, and any bike accessories >> Mark it permanently (ultraviolet pen, microdot, etc.) with “S” (for South Australia) followed by your driver’s licence number e.g. S123456 Take a […]
Left your spare pen at home? Calculator run out of battery? Need a quick sugar fix? We’ve got your back! Head to the Union’s Exam Rescue Station at Wayville Showgrounds for help, advice and a huge range of free and loaned items. Just look for the red Union flag outside the exam venue!
You may be able to apply for Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs) – apply by contacting Disability Support, but keep in mind that the deadline to apply is 11 October 2019. Contact Disability Support on 8313 5962 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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 […]
Do you notice exercise improves your mood? Join us for a free yoga class and breakfast to launch University Mental Health Day with the Fitness Hub and Student Health & Wellbeing! When: 7 May, 8 am Where: Exercise room (under the Fitness Hub), North Terrace campus Book it in with a friend now, before all […]