The annual Student Leadership Conference is a life-changing event that will boost your energy, inspire action, and ignite your personal leadership. Participate in empowering workshops, network with fellow CQUni students and staff and be inspired by our guest speakers.
The 2018 event will be held in Gladstone this year from 30 October – 1 November.
Interested in attending? CQUni will be sponsoring two students per region to attend the conference. Here’s how you can win a place… Continue reading How to win a place at the 2018 Student Leadership Conference
Have you heard about contract cheating? During your time as a CQUni student, you may have heard the term used by your peers, a lecturer, or maybe you’ve been approached by a contract cheating service. Contract cheating is also known as ghostwriting or auctioning.
Contract cheating occurs when students employ or use a third party to produce their assessment for them.
Continue reading Cracking down on contract cheating
Scam. It’s a word that you hear in the media, and something that you hope will never happen to you. The truth is that no one is immune from falling victim to a scam; everyone is vulnerable.
Continue reading Protect yourself against scams
Wednesday, 14 March 2018| 10am – 2pm | Level 1, Library Rockhampton North campus
Whether you’re a new student interested in part-time/casual work, or you are coming to the end of your degree or qualification and want to know more about full-time employment opportunities, there will be something for you at the 2018 Careers Fair.
Here’s what you need to know…
Continue reading What you need to know about the 2018 Careers Fair
You’ve spoken, and we’ve listened. In 2018, Ucroo is back with a list of new features and improvements we know you’re going to love. The team have been working hard behind the scenes to bring our students a social network that is engaging, reliable, and addresses some common pain points.
Our new platform has officially launched, and (technical jargon aside) here’s some of the fun stuff you can now do with Ucroo…
Continue reading Discover what you can do with UCROO
This week in our #AskaMentor blog series, our Student Mentors recall the difficulties they experienced in their first term, and their tips to overcoming them and surviving your first term…
Continue reading #AskAMentor – How to make it through your first term
Living on campus (rent-free I might add) in an air-conditioned room with electricity, WiFi, a work mobile and a fortnightly allowance sounds like a dream right? Well, it could be your reality!
Continue reading Live and work on campus
Let’s face it– good food and even better coffee is essential in the life of a university student – how else will you get through those gruelling hours of study?
Lucky for you, our student mentors Anita, Marsha, Railala, Yudhi and Bel have investigated the places you need to visit to help get you through your day. They’ve also discovered the online sites you need to have bookmarked so you can check out the hottest student spots – no matter how or where you study!
Continue reading #AskaMentor for CQUni’s best student hotspots
Congrats! You’ve officially survived your first two weeks at University.
While we’re sure you are elated to have made it this far, you’re probably starting to feel a little stressed and anxious as you look towards the upcoming term, map out your assessments and start to notice those deadlines already approaching much quicker than you would like.
Tackling your first weeks at Uni can be daunting, and no one knows that better than our Student Mentors, who have been there and done that all before.
Check out their best tips for making it through unscathed!
Continue reading #AskaMentor – How to tackle your first few weeks
Each term, the CQUni Library hosts a series of ‘Get it Together’ study sessions across different campuses. In Term 2 from Monday, 23 July to Saturday, 28 July, sessions are being held across our various campus locations and online.
These sessions are a great opportunity to catch up, seek advice, and focus on your study. We encourage you to attend and here’s why…
Continue reading ‘Get it Together’ with the Library and ALC