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The Student Advisory Council (SAC) will:
Advise, consult and make recommendations to the University on matters affecting the academic and social wellbeing of students, including:
More than 2,600 students from all around the world call a UOW residence in Wollongong home. It’s a welcoming, ready-made community, with a calendar full of social, sporting and cultural events. You’ll also have access to 24/7 academic and wellbeing support is right outside your door. At every turn there will be opportunities: to meet people from all over the world, to make discoveries and to figure out what you stand for.
Our Library SEARCH provides online access to millions of resources, including 246 450+ ebooks, 610 databases, and over 106,955 journal titles (mostly online and full-text).
Borrow equipment from the Loans Desk at the Wollongong Campus Library:
Many students say one of the best parts of the university experience is living in a residence. Rarely will you have the chance to live in a community that has people from so many walks of life and countries. At Accommodation Services you will benefit from an environment committed to providing high academic achievement, involvement, development and fun.
All residences feature student development and peer mentor programs, social, sporting and cultural events, and 24/7 student wellbeing care. Utilities, furniture, laundry, limited car parking, and environmentally responsible recycling programs are available at each residence.
Looking for the best sporting and fitness facilities in the Illawarra? You’re in the right spot! UniActive boasts:
The Wollongong University Student Association (WUSA) is a 15 member council (plus 5 General Representatives) elected by the student body each September to take office on the 1st of December of that year. Every undergraduate student is able to run for a position on WUSA.
UOW courses are recognised internationally and in Australia through accreditation by professional organisations.