Your career begins when you start uni, so making sure you settle in and know what services are available to you is super important to make sure you’re on the right track. So, whether everything’s going fine or your world has blown up, we can help make your uni experience a success!
Refine (or start creating) your resume, get career advice, hire a suit, and take a LinkedIn headshot at UTS Careers Drop-in.
Work out those stress knots with a discounted remedial massage or acupuncture at our very own Chinese Medicine Clinic.
4. Mental and physical health
Multilingual, trauma-trained counsellors are on campus to help you navigate anything life throws at you (plus it won’t cost you!). We’ve also got bulk-billed doctors and a physiotherapy and dietitian clinic.
If you’re all Wikipedia and no library, it’s time to fix that. Learn how to use the library (yes, that’s a thing) to avoid #fakenews and secure those HD’s this session.
6. Report and support
Living with a disability, a medical, or mental health condition? Chat to Accessibility Services for help with access needs and assessment arrangements.
The Security Team are here to make sure you’re safe. If you feel unsure or unsafe at any time, chat to them. They can also escort you to your car or the station, give you a lift in the UTS shuttle, and provide first-aid. They’re also your go-to for lost property, so if you lose your phone around campus, let them know!
Every year there are scholarships available to new and existing UTS students. It’s easy to see which scholarship may apply to you. Some can even help you study overseas!
12. Campus shortcuts
If you don’t know the quickest way between the Tower Building and Building 8, you probably need to download MyUTSmaps. It’s UTS’s equivalent to the Marauder’s Map.
Explore what else we have to offer on our current student website.
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