We are delighted to meet with the many families and prospective students who have registered for the University Senior College Open Day this Sunday 24th August 2015.
University Senior College (USC) staff will greet you at the front of the Braggs Lecture Theatre at The University of Adelaide from 1.30pm.
All new registrations please see Michelle Giavis, Enrolment Officer in the foyer area of the Braggs lecture theatre
You can register online now to save you time on Open Day
All pre-registrations please see Carmen Bishop, Director of Marketing & Community Engagement at the external doors of the Braggs
Presentation by USC Principal Bob Holloway who will provide an overview of University Senior College’s enriched learning environment, the preparation of year 11 and 12 students to take charge of their learning and prepare for university and beyond. Information will also be provided about some of the USC programs including the accelerated headstart program and the Partner’s Pathway program with the University of Adelaide
Campus Tours commence, hosted by USC specialist teaching staff offering personalised tours based student’s area of interest. i.e. Maths, Science, Arts and Humanities
Tours will include the Barr Smith Library, the University of Adelaide student hub, Jordan Science Laboratories and Jordan level 5 upgrade, Charles Street Campus and the USC Main street campus.
You will be guided back to the USC Main Building where you will have the opportunity to discuss enrolment procedures and/or confirm your interview time
Bob Holloway’s presentation will commence sharply at 2pm, so please allow time for parking.
There are numerous parking options available, including:
- UPark – Rundle Street
- Wilson Parking – 251 North Terrace
- David Jones Car Park – 225 North Terrace
- Centrepoint Car Park – Cnr Pulteney & Rundle Street
If you are unable to attend on Sunday, please contact Michelle by calling 08 8313 4988 or emailing email@example.com to discuss other options available.
You can also register for further information with regards to the September guided tour online