Supporting students through the COVID-19 pandemic
What is happening?
What is happening?
New drop-in consultations Learning Development has made extra support available to assist UOW students, many of whom are now working on major assessments.
UOW students are among those doing it tough in the current COVID-19 pandemic.
As COVID-19 continues to impact our students, UOW Pulse is putting together FREE meal packs to provide much-needed food supplies to our student community. This Wednesday 20 May, the UOW Pulse team will be handing out pre-packaged meals, such as butter chicken and rice, lasagne, fish mornay, a range of cereals and long-life milk to UOW Students out the front of the UniBar from 1pm – 4pm.
These times are unlike anything we’ve ever experienced.
The New Colombo Plan 2021 Funding Round will officially open on Monday 16 March.
Current UOW staff and students now have unlimited digital access to The Daily Telegraph, The Australian and other News Corp Australia’s (News) mastheads.
UOW Library has opened reimagined spaces for both students and staff at Wollongong Campus.
WATTLE is delighted to invite you to register for its February 2020 Forum, “Enabling students: pathways, experiences and influence”.
UOW hosted 8 students and their 4 teachers recently (16-22 June 2019) for the winners of the Film Fly Experience Australia (FFE) video competition hosted by The Australian Trade and Investment Commission.
Professor Alex Frino, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Global Strategy) and Hilary Johnson-Croke, Chair, Global Leaders Advisory Board, were delighted to host a welcome lunch for UOW’s second cohort of Global Leaders Development Program students on Tuesday 9 April.
This unique program for Year 12 students, run by psychologists at UOW’s Northfields Clinic, will help you beat the stress of your HSC and focus on effective study.
The Goodwill Hunting initiative to help students kit out their home away from home while studying at UOW continues to go from strength to strength.
The UOW Graduate Careers Expo is a FREE annual event for UOW students, bringing together university students and major employers from across the country.
The Learning Co-Op is a great place to start for students seeking academic support with their studies.