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  • Hurry, register by 5 June for the Southern University Games

    29 May 2015

    Represent Monash at the Southern University Games in Adelaide, 5-9 July.

    You’ll get to compete against athletes from universities across SA, Victoria and Tasmania in a wide range of sports including: basketball, beach volleyball, cross country, futsal, golf, hockey, lawn bowls, netball, squash, tennis, tenpin bowling, touch football, ultimate frisbee or volleyball.

    View the program, cost and registration details.

  • Matheson Library extended hours and security bus

    28 May 2015

    Get more study done with late night opening at the Sir Louis Matheson Library.

    The library will be open for extended exam study from Monday 1 June until the end of the exam period Thursday 25 June.

    Extended hours and security bus details.

  • Evaluate your units, anywhere, anytime

    27 May 2015

    Haven’t completed your unit evaluations yet because you can’t get to a computer? Don’t worry; you can use your mobile device to evaluate your units anywhere, anytime.

    The Student Evaluation of Teaching and Units (SETU) survey gives us valuable feedback on your units. We use this feedback to help improve your subjects.

    You still have until 7 June to evaluate your semester one units and go in a draw to win one of 20 $50 gift cards for each unit evaluation you complete.

    Complete a SETU survey or find out more about how SETU works.

  • Leave it and Lose it - security tip

    18 May 2015

    A recent poll told us most of you are fans of the disorganised mess! No matter how organised you are, we know it’s easy to get a bit distracted, so don’t forget to keep an eye on your belongings. Read about security services on campus.

  • Reduce your exam anxiety

    12 May 2015

    Exam anxiety is commonly caused by lack of preparation. Set up a study schedule at least three weeks before your first exam (now if you haven’t already). Refer to your unit guides for information on your exams. Talk to your lecturers or tutors for ideas on where to focus your attention. Practice for exams using questions from past exams. You can find past exam papers using Search by entering your unit code.

    Why not download exam strategies (doc 95kb) or read the self-help resources to improve your exam performance for more tips.

  • Applications now open for the Vice-Chancellor’s Ancora Imparo Student Leadership Program

    5 May 2015

    Leadership training will help to unlock your potential - enhancing your ability to have a positive influence on your peers and on the world.

    Be one of only 40 first-year, undergraduate students given the opportunity to be part of the prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s Ancora Imparo Program and learn about leadership, through seminars, events including leadership summits, lunches and forums.

    Applications are now open for the 2016 program.

  • Participants sought

    1 January 2015

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

  • Evaluate your units, anywhere, anytime

    27 May 2015

    Haven’t completed your unit evaluations yet because you can’t get to a computer? Don’t worry; you can use your mobile device to evaluate your units anywhere, anytime.

    The Student Evaluation of Teaching and Units (SETU) survey gives us valuable feedback on your units. We use this feedback to help improve your subjects.

    You still have until 7 June to evaluate your semester one units and go in a draw to win one of 20 $50 gift cards for each unit evaluation you complete.

    Complete a SETU survey or find out more about how SETU works.

  • Participants sought

    1 January 2015

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

  • Evaluate your units, anywhere, anytime

    27 May 2015

    Haven’t completed your unit evaluations yet because you can’t get to a computer? Don’t worry; you can use your mobile device to evaluate your units anywhere, anytime.

    The Student Evaluation of Teaching and Units (SETU) survey gives us valuable feedback on your units. We use this feedback to help improve your subjects.

    You still have until 7 June to evaluate your semester one units and go in a draw to win one of 20 $50 gift cards for each unit evaluation you complete.

    Complete a SETU survey or find out more about how SETU works.

  • Participants sought

    1 January 2015

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

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