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The Student Access & Inclusion Office (SA&I) is here to create an inclusive learning environment for UNE’s diverse population of students. They are here to support and assist future and current students with practical assistance...

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Welcome to your weekly study guide for Trimester 1, 2019. We are looking forward to giving you some tips and tricks each week to help you get into a good study routine as well as...

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Final grades for Trimester 3, 2018 are available in MyUNE now and via UNE email very soon. Good Luck from all of us here at the Student Support Team.  What to do if it all went a bit...

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UNE, in collaboration with Highway to Well and Hunter New England Local Health District, are pleased to again promote the opportunity for students to be trained in Mental Health First Aid for Tertiary Students. This...

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Orientation at UNE is delivered in different ways depending on your mode of study (on-campus or online).  All students (regardless of study mode) should complete Online Orientation (please check your UNE email account for details); on-campus students...

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CONGRATULATIONS! That’s the Trimester done and dusted! Your results will be released on 22 February via UNE email (and SMS if you have opted in) and will also be available in myUNE. Don’t forget to...

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Around 1,200 students are booked in to sit their exam with online supervision this exam period.  Sitting your exam online means you can sit  your exam in your own space, type your answers instead of...

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So, exams start tomorrow (29 January) and end on 11 February. We’ve put together a checklist to help you do your best. Exam Week Checklist: Re-check your Exam timetable, location and venue instructions in myUNE...

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Exams are just around the corner we though you might this webinar produced by Jane and Ingrid form the Library and ASO helpful for your preparation.  Note: You may need to install an Adobe Connect...

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Welcome to week twelve. The last week of lectures! You’ve made it. There’s only one word on everybody’s lips around this time, and that is exams. If you have trouble coping with exams you should...

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The next IT maintenance outage is scheduled for Saturday, 19th January 2019 between 6am and 6pm. As a result, some services will experience periods of disruption. Staff and on-campus students should expect intermittent outages as...

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If you are a commencing student, you should have a Welcome Pack weaving its way through the post right now with one of our – quite fetching, if you ask me – wall planners.  The...

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Welcome to week eleven! You are probably either working on a major assessment task or you are starting to think seriously about exams. Either way, we would love to know how you are travelling. You...

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Welcome to week ten, and the re-commencement of lectures. There’s also a full day IT outage on Sat 12 January. For tips on how to survive a full-day IT outage, check out this post on...

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If you are enrolled in trimester 1, 2019 units, you are going to need to start thinking about textbooks pretty soon. Students often underestimate the importance of getting textbooks early,  but, if you don’t have...

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