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  • Register now to play a social sport in semester one

    26 February 2015

    Uni life isn’t just about study. You’ve got to have some fun and recreation too. Why not get a team together and play a social sport? We’re taking registrations now for basketball, netball and indoor soccer. Games will be held weekly at Clayton, Caulfield and Peninsula from week two. Be quick, registrations close 3 March.

    Registrations, fees and more information.

  • Get active with group fitness

    26 February 2015

    We’re launching a new group fitness timetable for semester one. With over 80 classes per week across the Caulfield, Clayton and Peninsula campuses we have something for everyone. Group fitness timetable.

    Try a class for free by downloading a 7 day trial pass.

  • How to fix timetable clashes in Allocate+

    25 February 2015

    If you have a problem with your timetable, such as a clash, you could choose a different activity on another day or time; change your unit enrolment (check with your faculty first), see if your lecture will be available online or request help with Allocate+.

  • Volunteer in Cambodia for SEED's financial education project

    25 February 2015

    Student club Monash SEED (Socio-Economic Engagement and Development) would like to invite you to join its financial education project in Cambodia. The Cambodia Impact Trip is a 3-week intensive project trip for Monash student volunteers. During an authentic Cambodian homestay experience, successful applicants will carry out a series of projects to make sustainable, tangible economic change to the rural village of Thnal Dach (video).

    Learn more about the project and apply online by midnight 7 March.

  • A new initiative with Victoria Police

    24 February 2015

    A police officer will available at Monash Connect Clayton campus every Wednesday between 9am – 3pm during Semester 1 to provide an advisory service to students. So if you have a question about Victorian law; road rules; buying a car; getting a licence; or personal safety, come in and have a chat.

  • Watch the orientation security video

    23 February 2015

    Our security video offers some tips and advice, not just for students coming to Monash for the first time, but also for returning student.

    Watch the security video and answer some questions for the change to win a tablet.

  • Join AIME today!

    23 February 2015

    The Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) provides a dynamic educational program that enabling Indigenous high school students to finish school at the same rate as non-Indigenous students.

    All Monash students are encouraged to apply to be Mentors with AIME. No skills or experience needed - you just need to be yourself. The programs are packed with laughter and have a major impact on leadership, communication and teamwork skills. Programs will run at Clayton, Berwick and Peninsula. Apply to be a mentor today or email Emma Dunn ed@aimementoring.com for more information.

  • WIN an annual bikeshare membership

    23 February 2015

    Look out for the Clayton campus share bikes during O-Week. Collect a raffle ticket from the riders and you could WIN a FREE annual bikeshare membership.

    Visit Monash Bikeshare for more information about the initiative, to view membership options and costs and registration details.

  • Food trucks on Clayton campus from 23 Feb

    19 February 2015

    Get ready to impress your tastebuds with some new flavours coming to Monash Clayton. Between 11am – 3pm we’ll have some food trucks including Yogurddicition, The Little Mushroom Co and the Curry Truck at various locations around campus. Try something different for lunch. Clayton food truck schedule and locations.

  • Do you use public transport? Check your eligibility for cheaper fares

    16 February 2015

    Many Monash students are eligible to apply for a card that entitles them to cheaper public transport. Domestic students may be eligible for Victorian Public Transport student concession card and undergraduate international students may be eligible for an iUSEpass (International Undergraduate Student Education pass). Check your eligibility for Public transport concessions and discounted fares.

  • Let's Chat - a fun, free way to meet and talk with to other students

    16 February 2015

    Would you like to further develop your English language skills?

    Let’s Chat classes are student lead groups designed to help you gain conversational skills in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. One-hour sessions will run from 4pm or 6pm, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, week 3 to 11 at Clayton campus for all students and at Caulfield for Monash Business School students.

    Registrations close 6 March, hurry spaces are limited. Get more information and register.

  • Accessing your units after end of semester

    5 January 2015

    We’ve made some changes to the display in the my.monash portal.

    Your units will no longer display in the ‘My Units’ section when semester ends. Your units will however, still display and be accessible in ‘Units Overview’ in Moodle.

    If your units are not listed in Moodle, please contact the eSolutions Service Desk.

  • 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.

  • Accessing your units after end of semester

    5 January 2015

    We’ve made some changes to the display in the my.monash portal.

    Your units will no longer display in the ‘My Units’ section when semester ends. Your units will however, still display and be accessible in ‘Units Overview’ in Moodle.

    If your units are not listed in Moodle, please contact the eSolutions Service Desk.

  • 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.

  • Accessing your units after end of semester

    5 January 2015

    We’ve made some changes to the display in the my.monash portal.

    Your units will no longer display in the ‘My Units’ section when semester ends. Your units will however, still display and be accessible in ‘Units Overview’ in Moodle.

    If your units are not listed in Moodle, please contact the eSolutions Service Desk.

  • 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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