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Join the fun: Easter on campus
Access and Inclusion Adviser regional visits
Get ‘Psyched Up for Study’ with our Study Help PALS podcast
Get more out of your UniSA Library
Book your free flu vaccination
Tips from our counsellors: Settling into the semester
Help create a safer UniSA campus community with a new training module
Other upcoming events
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Join the fun: Easter on campus
Fancy joining some Easter festivities on campus, such as hunting for Easter eggs or munching on some hot cross buns? In the lead up to the long weekend, we'll be hosting an array of Easter activities across the metropolitan and regional campuses.

The activities will be held across this week, starting Monday 29 March through to Thursday 1 April. No registration is required, but the activities will be offered to students on a first come, first served basis. Check the website to see the full list of activities.

Please note: While Magill campus is not hosting any Easter celebrations this year, we encourage you to take part in activities at any of the other metropolitan campuses.
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Access and Inclusion Adviser regional visits
An Access and Inclusion Adviser will be visiting Mount Gambier campus on Thursday 1 April and Whyalla campus on Wednesday 7 April to offer face-to-face appointments.

The Adviser can provide advice and guidance in relation to access requirements, adjustments and inclusive practices for students who have a disability, impairment, mental health condition, chronic health condition, or significant caring responsibilities. They also cater for students who have temporary medical conditions or injuries that impact their studies.

You can book an appointment through the online booking system, or contact Campus Central on 1300 301 703. If this is your first appointment, you’ll be required to bring relevant supporting documentation with you to the appointment, including a Health Practitioner Form.
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Get ‘Psyched Up for Study’ with our Study Help PALS podcast
Season 2 of The Study Room podcast series, Psyched Up for Study, has officially launched! Join Psychology placement student Ashley and Study Help PAL leaders Cassie, Kaitlyn and Sealvili, as they explore study from a psychological perspective, and unpack what it means to study well.

Get insider tips from current students and experts on:
• How to harness relaxation
• Connection whilst in isolation
• Sleep habits to improve performance
• Strategies for enhancing your memory
• The pros and cons of stress

There will be a total of five episodes for you to tune into, with one dropping each week starting Monday 29 March. Each episode is bite-sized, so you can listen to them on your commute to uni, in between lectures, while washing the dishes, or even when walking the dog!

Want to keep in the loop? Subscribe to UniSA podcasts on SoundCloud or you can find us on:
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Get more out of your UniSA Library
There is more to the UniSA Library than what you can see! We have more resources online (ebooks, journal articles, videos and subject guides) than we have ever had in print. It is our mission to make sure you have the best chance of finding information you need for your study from anywhere, anytime and on any device!

To learn more about what’s available, search the UniSA Library catalogue or use our subject guides. If you need any help, don’t hesitate to Ask the Library. A world of knowledge awaits you!
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for your wellbeing
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Book your free flu vaccination to avoid getting sick this winter
As a UniSA student, you have the chance to book in for a free four-strain flu vaccination through the UniSA Health and Medical Clinic at all metropolitan campuses between April and June (view the full schedule here).

If you are located at a regional campus, you will be required to register your interest in obtaining a vaccination by 6 April. There are a limited number of vouchers available so if you require vaccination for placement, we advise you to register as soon as possible. Register your interest now for Mount Gambier and Whyalla.

Please note: This vaccination is not effective against COVID-19. For more information about the COVID-19 vaccination, visit the UniSA Health and Medical Clinic website.
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Tips from our counsellors: Settling into the semester
We know that it can be especially stressful trying to settle into your studies while managing other commitments, so we asked our friendly, knowledgeable UniSA counsellors for some tips on settling into uni.
Set aside dedicated study time in addition to your class contact hours
You can use a printed or digital timetable, or a study planner to help you plan your days, weeks and months.
Pinpoint assessment deadlines and get started on them early
Utilise your course outlines to help you prepare for the semester. We encourage you to take notes and highlight relevant course information, and locate online study resources available to your program.
Connect with your peers and get involved with campus life
Find out more about university life and expectations by chatting to your classmates, attending campus activities and events, reading the student newsletter and following UniSA on Facebook or Instagram.
Set realistic expectations about what you can achieve
Studying at uni can be challenging and can take some adjustment. Try not to overload yourself and make time for planning and preparing your assessments. Setting up routines around study and other commitments may help you manage your workload.
Ask questions and don’t hesitate to get the support you need
You can always get in touch with Campus Central for advice surrounding your program, your enrolment, exams and finance. To access support services such as counselling, international student support and study support, visit the Student Support Services page.
If you are feeling stressed and would like support to resolve any issues impacting on your wellbeing and study, you can make an appointment with a counsellor.
Find Out More
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Help create a safer UniSA campus community with a new training module
At UniSA, we are committed to equity, respect, and delivering a physically and virtually safe study and work environment.

As a student, you can help us create a safer UniSA campus community by completing this new training module. It’s an online, self-paced program that’s designed to help you better understand what sexual assault and sexual harassment are, and how to offer support when someone tells you they have been sexually assaulted or sexually harassed.

UniSA staff are also able to provide appropriate support to students when required.
Complete The Training
Workshop: Staying on top of procrastination and screen time
Wednesday 31 March 12.00pm – 1.00pm

Juggling classes, work and social life can be difficult, especially when screen time distractions can lure us into procrastinating. This workshop explores how our thinking has changed in the age of distraction, how to choose key priorities and how to stay focused for success.
UniSA Garden Party
Wednesday 31 March 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Tuesday 6 April and Thursday 8 April 12.00pm – 2.00pm
Mawson Lakes, City East and Magill campus

Hang out with your friends or make some new ones, challenge your skills on lawn games and sports activities, enjoy delicious food and drinks, dance along to groovy tunes from the DJ, and bring home a new potted plant.
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