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Student announcements

Missed Virtual Orientation? 

Are you a new online student? We hope you were able to join us live at our Virtual Orientation last week. Whether or not you were able to make it, we encourage you to jump online here, register and log in with your email address to take a look at the recorded session.

You never know there may be more hidden gems to help you navigate your online studies and succeed! For more information 

Library Fundraiser 

Pyrmont Campus Library is running a fundraiser to raise money to improve literacy for Indigenous children in remote areas of Australia. 

 Get involved by donating unwanted pre-loved books, DVDs, games and textbooks to the library desk (we are accepting donations now!).
Then, during Week 6  (9 - 11 July)  we will be holding a book stall, and for a small gold-coin donation, you can take something new home!
Why support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation?
The Indigenous Literacy Foundation is a charity organisation that aims to improve literacy rates for Indigenous children in very remote communities.  
This year the ILF are aiming to raise $300,000 to purchase 30,000 books for Indigenous children to foster a love of reading  and learning.

You can find out more about the ILF and the Great Book Swap here:


Library Workshops 

Get familiar with the Library's spaces, services and resources by taking part in our Library Workshops. Students will learn how to navigate the Library's onsite and online resources. You can find out more about the Library workshops here or on the Learning Support Hub.



These scholarships  are offered for both undergraduate and postgraduate students who are enrolled in tertiary courses in Nutrition, Dietetics, Food Science and Community Services. For more information please visit this website

​Conversation Cafe

Looking to Improve your English skills? Come along to our conversation cafe on Campus, we will also be helping you with preparation for the IELTS! Our academic skills facilitator will be there to support you. 

For more information, please click here

Celloid Masterclass Series

This workshop will be the perfect opportunity for students and practitioners to join an informative masterclass with Christina Scalone.

You'll learn about:

  • Managing challenging conditions
  • Different dosing strategies for patients with acute and chronic conditions
  • ...and much more!

Discover more details about this exciting event here

Real stories from your community

Check out your fellow students telling their stories from around the region (Australia and New Zealand) in our campaigns. Today we meet Sheree from MDS at Torrens. We're having a proud moment and hope you do too!

Keep an eye out for more videos over the coming weeks as we showcase your amazing community.



5 tips for final assessments

Final assessments

Muhammad Ali said, "I hated every minute of training but I said,
'Don’t quit, suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.”


1. Shake it up! 

Don’t get stuck in your same old study routine, as this is where motivation drops. Study with friends, study at different times and study in different places. Keeping your surroundings and your mind fresh helps to build motivation and can create inspiration in the most unusual of places.

2. Get distracted - but own it

Distractions happen. Family phone calls, Facebook messages or one of a million other things happen. Don't freak out – own it. Tell yourself "OK, its time for a break – I’m going to take 15 minutes to do this then get back into it".

3. Eat smart = study smart

Personally, I find there are few things worse than studying on an empty stomach. To keep you motivated and charging make sure you are stocked up on good food to give you the energy. No, I don’t want to sound like your mum, but yes a piece of fruit will serve you better than a packet of lollies :)

4. Play to your strengths

Everyone learns differently, so do what works for you. Maybe you’re great at writing pages and pages of notes, maybe you like to illustrate your ideas, maybe you sort information into categories and then write a report – however, you learn, you know how you learn best, so do what you are best at. As Dr Seuss says, "be yourself, everyone else is taken”.

5. Keep your eye on the goal

Everyone has a dream, a passion or a goal – a purpose for their degree. Maybe you want to open your own business or become the next big designer. Perhaps you want to operate your own clinic or hotel. Whatever your dream, let it always be your driving force.

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Contact US

On Campus Students 

 235 Pyrmont Street, Sydney, NSW 2009
  1300 738 243

Campus Opening Hours:

During the trimester: 

Monday to Thursday: 7.30am to 10.00pm
Friday: 7.30am - 6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday: Closed 

During the trimester break: 

Monday to Friday: 8.00am to 6.00pm





Customer Service Opening Hours:

During the trimester: 

Monday to Thursday: 7.30am to 7.30pm
Friday: 7.30am - 6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday: Closed 

During the trimester break: 

Monday to Friday: 8.00am to 6.00pm





Online Students

You can contact us via phone and email 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. 

  ACNT: 1300 194 901

  ANCB: 1300 209 112

  JNI: 1300 186 082


Counselling on Campus

Miriam Holder

Campus Counsellor – Pyrmont

 1300 738 243 (central number)                 

02 9493 7807 (direct)                               

0419 468 072                

Counselling hours

Mon to Tues: 9.00am - 5.00pm

Wed: 12.00pm - 6.00pm 

Thurs: 9.00am - 5.00pm