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If you’re planning on studying and staying on campus after dark, UNSW Security provides a number of services to help keep you safe on campus.
Get your studies off to a flying start! Orientation is a great time to learn about life on campus. Orientation offer activities and workshops useful for both new and returning students.
Quick and easy. Private and confidential. No Dr appointment needed. Free for Medicare and Medibank OSHC holders.
These classes lay the foundation for students to understand basic principles of mindfulness, develop a personal meditation practice, and to apply the principles in their daily life in an ongoing basis. In these mindfulness meditation classes, we will offer a theme each week, engage in a discussion and do a practice together. Come to individual sessions or attend each week.
Do you want to develop skills that can help with common issues such as: procrastination, anxiety, and keeping focus at university and in your life?
This free workshop aims to help UNSW students to stay focused and take a flexible approach to goals that matter.
These weekly workshops will provide you with 'take away' skills and knowledge to manage and 'surf' low mood. Understand signs and symptoms of low mood; develop positive skills in dealing with low mood; and learn practical strategies to improve your mental health. 1 - 2pm in Room 2008, level 2, East Wing, Quadrangle Building, Map Ref E17.
Each weekly one-hour workshop aims to provide 'take away' education and skills to help you cope with common anxiety-inducing situations. each week a different topic, come to as many as you like. No need to register - just drop in - bring your student card. 2-3pm in room 2008, level 2, East Wing, Quadrangle Building.
Diversity Fest is a week-long celebration of inclusiveness from 23 – 27 September bringing students and staff together to embrace the diversity of our UNSW community and ignite broader conversations on creating an inclusive society, where everyone can participate.