Your student life is alive, online! Follow the UNSW community on socials, take part in online challenges, activities & so much more. Keeping you connected is our top priority!
Many of our services are moving online or to phone. But this doesn't mean we are not here to support you.
Not sure what services are currently open or how they are being delivered? You can find out here.
Want to know what retailers are still open or offering takeaway on campus?
For adjustments to your study conditions, course materials in different formats and more - you can seek support from an advisor, online.
The IGA will be open weekdays from 8am–6pm and from 9am–10pm on weekends (please note hours may vary).
You can book an online appointment with an International Student Advisor or get in touch through their daily drop-in service.
The Learning and Career Hub is temporarily closed for in-person consultations and drop-ins. Students can continue to book online consultations and access the jobs board, resources and guides online.
The Medibank store on campus has temporarily closed. You can get in touch via their 24/7 student health and support line.
The Pharmacy@UNSW, located in the Quadrangle Building, will be open from 8:30am–7:00pm on Monday to Thursday, and from 8:30am–6pm on Friday.
The Religious Centre is the home for the multi-faith Chaplaincy program on campus. While many are working offsite, the Chaplains are still busy supporting students with online programs for the different faith groups, and working towards resuming face to face activities when it is safe to do so. Students are encouraged to reach out to the Chaplains and connect with a student community for a regular program of social and faith-based activities, and personal support.
While all Chaplains are available to support all students, they do represent the faith groups of Anglican, Buddhist, Catholic, Coptic Orthodox, Islamic, Jewish, Greek Orthodox, Pentecostal, Presbyterian and Uniting Church, and work closely with student organisations at UNSW. The Religious Centre can provide a great opportunity for connecting with like-minded students and staff, engaging in activities, and forming lasting friendships across the university.
The following retailers are temporarily closed until further notice:
You can now book in with a Student Support Advisor via a phone or online appointment.
The Study Abroad & Exchange office has temporarily closed - if you need to get in touch with the team you can do so via email!
Some indoor study spaces on campus, such as individual study spaces on Level 2 Main Library, both levels of the Law Library and Ground Level of the Paddington Library, are open. In accordance with the current restrictions, students must maintain a one person per 4 square metre rule. If you can stay home and coordinate a study group session online, then you should!
The UNSW Bookshop is open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday for online orders and pickup only.
UNSW Galleries is taking a break from normal operations and is temporarily closed until further notice. Please note that the AD Space and the KUDOS Gallery are also closed for now.
In line with the NSW State government's easing of COVID-19 restrictions for libraries, UNSW Library has reopened limited individual study spaces. UNSW students and staff can now access limited study spaces on Level 2 Main Library, both levels of the Law Library and Ground Level Paddington Library.
These spaces will be open for essential visits only and you will need to register in advance. Please book via Eventbrite prior to visiting any Library.
Following further easing of COVID-19 restrictions as announced by the NSW government, some of the Y centres are beginning to reopen with selected programs and services.
For more info and to book in a session: