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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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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In recognition of International Day of People with Disability, held annually on 3 December, we asked our CQUni students who have accessed our Student Accessibility and Equity service to share their success stories. This year’s theme is seeing the ability in disability.
Our first student, Kat Williamson, is a Bachelor of Laws student. While studying at CQUni, Kat has maintained a high GPA, become involved in clubs and achieved her goals whilst managing a disability.
We spoke to Kat and asked her to share her story…
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As humans, we often feel as though we do not have enough time, or we find ourselves losing track of time. These challenges can certainly come into play as a student. That is why our CQUni Student Accessibility and Equity team have shared their tips to help you make the most of the time you have available to study.
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All students start their journey at CQUni with a unique set of circumstances, often juggling work, family, and other responsibilities. It can be a challenge. If you are living with a disability, medical or mental health condition, you may experience an additional layer of complexity.
So, what is the best way to manage a health condition and meet your study goals?
Keep reading to find out how the Student Accessibility and Equity Service can support you throughout your time at CQUni.
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