There are plenty of spaces on campus to help you facilitate healthy and satisfying eating. Here’s how to take advantage of their full potential.
The food outlets on campus offer a variety of meals with a range of healthy options, and both City East and City West are close to Adelaide’s CBD, where a huge range of cost effective and healthy meals can also be purchased.
But, if you want to avoid buying food, bring small snacks and prepared meals such as leftovers from home instead.
Options such as fruit, tuna, beans and sandwiches can be placed straight into your bag, and prepared meals can be easily placed into a cooler bag with a few ice packs in order to keep cool.
Additionally, UniSA also provides microwaves, sandwich presses, outdoor kitchens and BBQ’s at all campuses, along with a student lounge at City West. You can use these fully equipped cooking facilities to prepare the food you’ve brought from home.
Cooking on campus also provides a sense of ‘placemaking’ which promotes health, happiness and wellbeing.
View the complete Facilities on Campus Guide - Konstance Nicolopolous, a student at UniSA, put these tips and resources together to help other students.