The Rainbow Club at University of South Australia’s Magill campus welcomed a new ‘safe space’ for LGBTQIA+ students on March 28. Continue reading University of South Australia welcomes ‘safe space’ for queer-identifying students
Few students have probably noticed, but the university’s learn online has been given a facelift over the summer holidays. Continue reading Living learnonline: What’s behind your university student portal?
UniSA Magill campus is now home to one of the world’s most technologically advanced education facilities thanks to an initiative by global technology giant Samsung, UniSA, and the Federal Government. Continue reading Teaching for the future; the new Samsung SMARTSchool
UniSA students returning to Magill campus this week will be met with an almost unrecognisable A Building after extensive renovations were completed over the summer. Continue reading Food vendors at Magill Campus providing fresh new options
I just want to start by saying that everyone is bound to have a different first week and this probably won’t even be relevant for most of you. Continue reading Advice for first years…
Graduates will also have to start repaying their HECS debts while earning money in a lower income bracket. Continue reading University Fees
By Sam Aebi Youth mental health awareness organisation Batyr hosted free barbeques for students at all UniSA campuses on R U OK? Day. The organisation, which has reached over 70,000 young people through their programs, provided free food for students at the Mawson Lakes, Magill, City East and West UniSA campuses on Thursday. Students could enjoy a sausage or veggie patty in bread among the … Continue reading Batyr provide free barbeque at UniSA campuses to encourage students to speak out about their mental health on R U OK? Day