Issue 01
4 March 2019

In this issue:


  • Whyalla Campus Fiesta
  • Meet your Student Support Officer – over free coffee at Mint Cafe
  • Access and Inclusion services
  • Online Academic Skills Workshops
  • Scholarships
  • Wirringka Study Centres
  • You are invited to attend the Whyalla Campus Fiesta. This is a chance for new students, continuing students, and staff to mingle whilst enjoying FREE food, drinks and fun activities.

    Date: Tuesday 19 March 2019
    Time: 4:00PM – 6:30PM
    Location: UniSA Whyalla campus

    Have questions about what support is available to you throughout your studies? Want to have a general chat about how your studies are going? 

    Pop into Mint Cafe to meet with Simone Purdie, Regional Student Support Officer and receive a free coffee!

    Date: 12 March – 15 March
    Time: 8:30AM – 10:30AM
    Location: Mint Cafe

    Our Access and Inclusion Officers can provide advice and guidance in relation to access, adjustments, and inclusive practices for students who have a disability, impairment, chronic health condition, or significant caring responsibility. Read more. 

    If you are unsure or have any questions, you can contact Simone Purdie, Regional Student Support Officer in the first instance.

    Need some extra help with understanding assignments, academic writing and referencing? Book in to attend an online academic workshop! You can watch the workshop from the comfort of your own home, or pop in to campus and watch from a study room or computer pool! 

    SP2 Dates: March 12th, 19th, 26th, and April 2nd

    We offer a range of scholarships and grants to support your success at university, and encourage you to apply. Find out more.

    Wirringka Student Services offer specialised services for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students. Find them in the M Building, or in Port Augusta, Port Lincoln, or Ceduna. Read more.