On-Campus

This week for the first time, UNE will be running December Graduation Ceremonies, bringing a new option for students who have completed their studies throughout the year, to graduate in the same calendar year. Ceremonies...

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There will be a Department of Family and Community Services (FaCS)Graduate Information Session for Social Work – Social Welfare – Psychology – Human Services – Other degrees with majors in Psychology and Social Welfare –...

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With the Spring Graduation Ceremonies being held this coming Friday & Saturday (26th & 27th October), I would like to advise the UNE community that Special Event Parking will be established on the corner of...

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Are you looking for a way to serve locally? Want to receive great benefits including earning tax-free pay? Want to travel the world, build lifelong friendships and tackle new challenges? Whether Navy, Army, Air Force,...

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If you are an commencing International Student studying on campus, be sure to get to Lewis Lecture Theatre tomorrow (23 February) at 9am for your Orientation/Induction session.  You will receive information about your visa conditions...

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ITD will be performing maintenance on University IT systems and services this Saturday, 3rd June 2017. This full-day maintenance will commence at 6am and will be completed by 6pm. As a result, most services will...

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Cafe Life, located at the top of the Ingrid Moses Courtyard, in the Bistro Building, is open on Saturday 8 April and Sunday 9 April from 8AM to 2PM. So drop in and refuel during...

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The Academic Skills Office in conjunction with the Dixson Library, Student Support and Associate Professor Neil Smart from the School of Science and Technology will be offering the following series of on-campus workshops for Honours and...

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The draft New England North West Regional Plan has recently been released and outlines a 20 year vision for the future, centred on a growing and diversified agricultural sector and economy, resilient  community, prosperous urban...

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The UNE Women’s Space, established in 2014, is a safe and supportive environment where women can relax, socialise and study. The space features comfortable furniture, a computer, helpful print resources, and a kitchen with free...

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In the library late at night? Studying at a friend’s college? Don’t wan’t to walk home in the dark? It’s a good idea to stay safe and call the campus transport service The service will commence...

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The Academic Skills Office (ASO) will hold a series of workshops for on-campus students between 6th March and 4 May. All workshops will be held from 12-1pm in the Letters Room, Dixson Library. The program is as follows:...

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If you need to get into town, or just between the colleges and the Uni on a rainy day, and you don’t have a car, fuel etc, you could hop on a bus. There are...

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Welcome to day two of Academic Programs. Remember, if you get lost, or have a question, look out for our guides or go to the Student Support tent in the Central Courtyard. Students enrolled in...

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Students Enrolled in Science and Technology degrees have their Academic Program in  the McClymont Lecture Theatre at 9AM this morning. Students enrolled in Environmental and Rural Science Degrees have their Academic Program in the Biological Sciences Lecture...

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