Both domestic and international students are welcome to become international Peer Mentors, encouraging international students to feel at home at the university. Help out at events and gatherings too – all the while having lots of fun! Send in your application now, we look forward to meeting you!
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 email@example.com for more information.
Film screening and panel session on building eco-resilience 9 October, 5:30 pm – Union Cinema If you’ve been feeling dispirited about climate change, you’re not alone. During Mental Health Awareness Week, join Ecoversity and Student Life for a screening of the uplifting film ‘2040’ followed by a session with climate change and mental health experts on […]
Join AU Sport Mountain Club and International Peer Mentors for a hike through Belair National Park on 1 October. Event open to ALL University of Adelaide students. Look forward to seeing you for a great day out!
Mental illness is common among university students, but stigma still prevents many people from seeking support. Mental Health Awareness Week (October 8-11) is an opportunity for the University community to stand together to show that it’s okay to ask for help if you need it. Full program of events online.
Take part in this 30 day challenge with the Women’s Recreational Running Network (WRRN). All female staff and students are welcome, and join us for evening runs for the chance to win a Fitbit, although everyone will be awarded for their participation! Find out more.
Are you a student with disability looking for paid work experience that counts? The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is offering students with disability a paid internship opportunity with leading organisations across various disciplines. Find out more here.
Equal Access Grant applications are now open for first year undergraduate students experiencing financial difficulties. These are small grants to assist with some of the initial costs associated with beginning University. For more information contact Student Care for an interview or to discuss further. Applications close 30 August 2019
From 8-11 of October, the University community comes together to help raise awareness about the importance of good mental health. This year, Student Health & Wellbeing is offering grants of up to $300 to groups wanting to run student-oriented events throughout the week. More details on our website.
We’re hiring! Are there things that mess with your head? Have you ever thought about writing them down? How about getting paid to share them? Our Student Health and Wellbeing Social Media Team is growing, and we’re looking to hire more students to join the team. Details on the blog.