Our staff and students are a resource for our whole community. As part of our innovative teaching and learning practice, the University has a suite of community clinics in operation across our region. At these clinics, members of our community can access the skills of our students under the supervision of committed staff members. These clinics provide our students with crucial real-world experience to complement the theory and knowledge gained through more traditional study methods.
The Psychology Clinic provides both a service to the community and a training facility for the postgraduate students within the School of Psychology at the University of Newcastle.
The University of Newcastle Oral Health Clinic is a student teaching clinic located on the Ourimbah campus. The 16-chair clinic operates during semester time and allows students to learn in a supervised environment and provides the Central Coast community with a valuable service.
The University of Newcastle Legal Centre (UNLC) is the centrepiece of the Newcastle Law School’s clinical program. Here, students engage with the community and legal professionals to develop practical skills in the application of the law.
The University of Newcastle and Central Coast Local Health District Podiatry Clinic is a student teaching clinic, with all services provided under the supervision of a registered podiatrist. The 18-chair clinic hosts surgical facilities and operates four days a week, providing care for private patients.
The University of Newcastle’s Stuttering Clinic offers treatment from experienced speech pathologists to children and adults who stutter. This research clinic also provides clinical education to speech pathology students under the guidance of experienced speech pathologists.
If you feel you may benefit from a voice assessment and voice therapy, please contact the University of Newcastle Voice Clinic.
The Speech Intelligibility Clinic offers communication enhancement to individuals who are non-native speakers of English (NNSE).
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.