Get help from fellow students who have succeeded in your course with our Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS).
Whether you're a new student who needs help getting started, or in your third year and need study advice, there are a variety of services to help make all aspects of your time with us hassle free and enjoyable.
UNSA is the organisation that supports and represents students at the University of Newcastle. UNSA is a not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to positively impact student experience in matters related to educational experiences, welfare and well-being by providing a range of activities, extra-curricular events, and out-of-class engagement opportunities.
The ALLY Network aims to create a more inclusive culture at the University by promoting greater visibility and awareness of those who are diverse in their sex characteristic, gender and/or sexuality.
Event • 8 Feb 2021 from 10:30am - 10 Feb 2021 until 3:00pm
These pre-semester workshops are designed to strengthen your academic writing skills and build your confidence. They will be held twice-daily over three days (Monday - Wednesday) and sessions start at 10.30 am and 1.30 pm.
Students with a disability or medical condition, as well as full-time carers, can access support systems via AccessAbility.
Students in Open Foundation, Newstep and Yapug have access to a team of dedicated support staff and helpful resources.
Indigenous students have access to a broad range of support to see you succeed in your academic, employment and cultural aspirations. Learn more about the Wollotuka Institute and other available support programs.
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