TAG: student care
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 […]
Baptist Care SA has launched a new Community Food Hub in Adelaide – and students are welcome to shop there for discounted and free food. It’s a great opportunity to improve wellbeing and eat well on a low income – find out more.
What do you really think about the University Library? The Library Client Survey takes around 8 minutes to complete and your feedback will be used to help improve library services, resources, and study spaces. Plus, by completing the survey you could win one of several great prizes, including a $350 Load&Go Visa card! Complete the […]
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.
You may be eligible to apply for Reasonable Adjustments to your coursework or Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs). For more information contact Disability Support on 83135962 or at email@example.com.
Take advantage of the Mid Year O’Week activities happening on campus! From 22 – 26 July, come along and take a look at what the Uni can offer outside of study, and on Friday, take a trip to Victor Harbour or a tour around the Botanical Gardens.
Tax Help is a free confidential service to assist students on low incomes (around $60 000 or less) with simple tax affairs to complete tax returns online. Make sure you have a myGov account, then contact Student Care to confirm your eligibility and to make an appointment.
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.