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The Student Centre is your gateway to access support and advice throughout your University life. From your first enquiry about applying, through to graduation and becoming an alumnus, the Student Centre can support you with any enquiries or challenges you may face while studying at UC.
Your accommodation sets the tone for your uni life. Choosing on-campus housing where you will live with lots of others, or finding your own place in Canberra depends on your preference and budget.
At certain times of the year it can be extremely difficult to secure accommodation in Canberra, so it is important you start your search early.
Take a look at UC Lodge, Cooper Lodge, Weeden Lodge, and the University of Canberra Village. Experience the excitement of living in a truly multi-national community and making new friends with both local and international students!
The University of Canberra Library also provides:
The University of Canberra's Medical & Counselling Centre is a service dedicated to the needs of University Students and the University Community. The aim of the Medical Centre is to provide a range of general practitioner, nursing and psychological services.
The University of Canberra has a vision to create comfortable, attractive, safe and technology-enabled spaces and residences to foster an enriched environment for living and learning. We will continue to invest in new and refurbished infrastructure that fosters high-quality, collaborative and enriched educational and research experiences.
Our sporting facilities are being developed on campus to help the University become one of Australia's leading tertiary sports institutions in scholarships and research.
Located within the UCRISE facility is an environmental chamber, which is a shared research and athlete training facility co-funded by the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), the ACT Government and the University.
Other facilities located within the Sporting Commons include gymnasiums, medical and rehabilitation areas, plunge pools, a sauna, a main oval and skills field, and a purpose-built bocce court for Special Olympics ACT.
Run by students for students. Academic Clubs and Societies have been an integral part of student life at the University of Canberra (UC) for many years serving a range of courses and faculties. Joining a club is a great way to exercise your brain, learn new things, practice your leadership skills and make friends who share common academic interests.
Some clubs and societies are free to join, while others require a small semester/annual fee. Your membership helps cover the cost of events throughout the year, as well as any specialised equipment or merchandise. Join a degree-related group to connect with your classmates, network with industry and lay the groundwork for your future career.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.