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There will be free flu shots available in the Wright Centre (near the colleges) at the following times over the next three days. Wednesday 26 April – 12PM – 5PM Thursday 27 April – 9AM...

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Preparing for Exams, is presented by Martin Collins from the Academic Skills Office and Annette Stevenson from Counselling. This workshop gives you the “low-down” on exams such as why we have them and the rules...

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Do you have a broken limb or a long/short term illness that is affecting your study? Do you have a health condition or disability that impacts your study and/or work placement? The UNE Special Needs...

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Your Tutor has asked us to let you know that their Connect Live service will be closed over the Easter long weekend, from April 14 – 17, as well as ANZAC Day, April 25.  The Writing Feedback...

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For those of you attending intensive schools on-campus, the residential Colleges offer $10 meal deals for casual stays (Sunday  – Thursday dinner). The dining halls can only process cash payments and meals are available between  between...

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Most units in Moodle have a direct link to the Your Tutor service, but there are still a few that do not. If you cant find the YourTutor link on the right-hand side of your Moodle...

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A lot of you would have noticed that the uni systems went down for a few hours yesterday afternoon. We thought we would provide a couple of tips to help you avoid further interruptions to...

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If you have received an Academic Progression Alert or a Show Cause Notice, you might be wondering what to do next. You may need help but aren’t sure who to get in touch with. You...

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Some of you might be set up in Moodle to receive an email alert when someone posts in a forum. It can be handy but it can also mean a lot of emails, especially in...

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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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With T3 results now released (check your UNE email account if you haven’t already!) we’ve been chatting to a few students who are disappointed in their Grades. If that’s you, now is the time to get...

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The first batch of Commencement Packs (which contain the New Student Guide, Weekly Study Guide poster, Wallplanner and other goodies) are on their way to new students who have enrolled at UNE for the first...

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If you are a new student to UNE (or haven’t been enrolled in the past 24 months) you will have received a package with a printed version of the New Student Guide and our Weekly...

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We’ve had some reports that students using Office 365 have received an email titled “Last warning: You are violating the terms and conditions”. This is not a legit email and should be deleted immediately –...

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At this time of the Trimester we always have a bunch of questions about how Specials, SETS etc work, so here goes: Special Consideration means that your circumstances can be taken into account when your examination...

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