TAG: Student News
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. […]
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!
Interested in creative writing? Then check out The Full Stop – an online magazine from our creative writing students. Featuring flash fiction, short stories, poetry and more, this online magazine could be exactly the pause you need in your day. Take a rest. Add a Full Stop.
What do you think about the Maths Learning Centre (MLC)? We want to know – especially if you haven’t used the MLC! Take our 5-minute survey to help us learn about your feedback, and you could win one of three $100 Coles-Myer gift cards.
Come and see the new 3D artwork on our North Terrace campus. Share a photo on Instagram or Twitter using hashtag #AdelaideResearch and you could win $100 each week until the end of November!
Disorientation ball 23 November, 6 pm to late Adelaide UniBar Bring some mates and celebrate the end of exams with pizza, beer, cider and great music! Pre-sale tickets include a free Beer or Cider on arrival. Alice IVY is headlining with a DJ set, accompanied by a sweet selection of Adelaide’s best DJ’s to warm […]
How is the University contributing to a more sustainable future? Our first ever sustainability report aims to answer this, highlighting achievements made during 2017-2018 and revealing plans for the next few years. Learn about how we’re saving energy, reducing waste, improving purchasing decisions, and engaging students and staff in sustainable action.
Interested in Cambodian culture and/or entrepreneurship? Come and join us in this new club – the Cambodian Students of Adelaide (CamSA) where you can meet Cambodian people, learn more about the culture and engage in professional development. Submit your expression of interest now!
We want to know all about the students we represent! Take part in the Adelaide University Union’s Annual Survey for your chance to win a year’s worth of Netflix (among other great prizes) and help us shape our future policies, programs and activities!