Orientation, OWeek or that big event before the term starts. Whatever you would like to call it, CQUni Orientation is an experience not be missed.
Orientation is a week full of sessions and events that will provide you with the essential information you need to be a successful student.
From 5-9 July, Term 2 Orientation will be hosted online and across our campuses. Officially named Orientation Our Way, the week is a personalised experience that combines opportunities to tune-in, come-in, and drop-in.
To provide you with everything you need to know about Orientation, we caught up for a chat with event organisers, hosts and campus staff. Keep reading to find out what is happening and why you should attend.
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We asked Jenna, a CQUni Student Engagement officer, some questions about the Student Café and why students should get involved.
Here is what she had to say…
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The Easter break is almost here. CQUni study locations will have altered opening hours from Friday, 2 April to Monday, 5 April 2021.
All campuses will be closed on the Good Friday and Easter Monday public holidays.
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As you progress through your time at CQUni, you may be wanting to connect with other students and receive advice and tips about life at CQUniversity.
Enter the Student Mentor Program! A Mentor can help you find your feet, connect with others and aid your transition to life and study at CQUni.
CQUni student and current Student Mentor, Dominic McCarthy shared why he considers connecting with a Mentor is one of the best decisions you could make whilst at CQUni.
Keep reading to see why…
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As a university student, your ultimate goal is to graduate and become job-ready. To ensure you are successful in the workplace as a graduate, you must develop skills that allow you to become indispensable.
To do this, you can get involved in CQUniversity initiatives like the Student Representative Council (SRC).
The Student Representative Council is a collective group of students elected by their peers and appointed to engage with and advocate for the CQUniversity student community. Members are elected to represent all course-levels and all locations across Australia.
Research Higher Degrees Student Representative Council Member, Roksana Jahan Tumpa, shared why she believes you should nominate to serve on the SRC.
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In 2020, buzz words like ‘unprecedented’ became the ‘new normal’. We found ourselves and those around us baking, bonding online and buying lots of toilet paper.
We formed an uneasy partnership with lockdown, discovered some new skills and wrangled with a sometimes-overwhelming amount of change.
As border closures and lockdowns kept us apart, we found new ways to be together. A global pandemic may have disrupted our lives, but we didn’t let it get in the way of our goals and success.
Now, as we all look forward to a well-deserved break, we are reflecting on the year that was. A whirlwind of a year that no one could have predicted.
So here is our year in review – the good, the bad and COVID-19.
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Everyone knows that sometimes life throws unavoidable curve balls that get in the way of completing assessments. For some, applying for an extension may be considered as failing or they may feel like they are not meeting expectations – this is not the case!
Our Student Accessibility and Equity team have explained assessment extensions and shared why you should not be ashamed of asking for an extension.
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Managing your finances at uni can present some challenges. Even with loans like HECS-HELP, the day-to-day living expenses and university costs can be overwhelming. This is where a scholarship can come in handy and alleviate some of the financial burdens that come with part-time or full-time study.
Students often don’t apply for scholarships as they believe the application process is too hard. Others believe they are not suitable for a scholarship when in reality they are eligible.
CQUni has made it super easy for students to apply for scholarships. Scholarships for term 1 2021 are closing on 8 January.
Keep reading for current Bachelor of Education student, Meg Wright’s, top tips for applying for a scholarship.
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As a part of International Day of People with Disability, Blake McGuiness, current Bachelor of Medical Science student, discussed seeing the ability in disability.
We all have our own story. We can all achieve almost anything we put our minds to no matter our ability level.
Keep reading to hear Blake’s story…
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International Day of People with Disability, held annually on 3 December, is a day that aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate their achievements and contributions. This year’s theme is Seeing the Ability in Disability.
Current Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma of Professional Practice, Zac Newland shared some of his insights into life as a student with a disability
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