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Everything you need to know about academic honesty and plagiarism at ANU.
Develop your academic skills through individual tutorials, workshops, courses, podcasts and handouts.
Get advice on domestic and international student-related policy and rules.
A platform for critical discussion around questions of aid and development.
Alliance provides the ANU community with a space for creating websites for collaboration and information sharing.
An Ally is a heterosexual and gender-conforming person who supports and works for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights.
Stay in touch with ANU, participate in events, and benefit from services made available to ANU graduates.
There are increasing opportunities for undergraduate students to publish their work in refereed journals published by ANU publisher eView.
Purchase high quality ANU merchandise at the ANU Shop.
On-campus gym and provider of health, fitness and leisure activities including group classes and specialised programs.
Our primary undergraduate student association is run by students for students and provides a range of support services.
A non-profit, student-run body that operates a number of food outlets, venues, and catering for functions.
A student group that puts students in touch with great volunteering opportunities on campus and in the community.
The University's environmental management program is committed to sustainability and minimal environmental impact.
A forum for sharing our passion in the Asia Pacific and engaging in contemporary issues, politics, culture, history and the environment.
This program is an opportunity for you to go into a workplace and undertake a research project for academic credit.
Search the campus map or access specialised maps for parking, bicycle paths, bus routes, disabled access and more.
Get the answers to your careers questions, whatever your level and stage of your uni degree.
The Chaplaincy and support team includes the Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim faith traditions.
Information about on-campus parent rooms and childcare centres, plus links to services nearby.
Buy what you need and sell what you don't want through the ANU classifieds.
Find out about ANU clubs and societies. If you can't find one you like to join you can always start your own.
The Co-op Bookshop specialised in academic textbooks and has a branch on-campus.
Summary of the ANU academic structure including links to all our academic Colleges and the schools, faculty and centres that fall within each College.
Mentor school students who are disadvantaged or from regional areas to enhance their education opportunities.
It’s never too early to start thinking about a graduate job! Come and speak with employers to find out more about careers in their industry and organisation at our Careers Fairs.
Provider of a free and confidential counselling service as well as group programs for common issues, public seminars, and more.
A place for expression and a learning environment to gather the skills to express yourself in any form.
The ANU Cross-Disciplinary Students Academy (XSA) is a student-driven community seeking to connect curious minds.
Confidential and impartial advice to help students resolve problems or confusion about University procedures or policy.
A free online program providing Australian tertiary students with strategies and skills for success and wellbeing.
Raises awareness about disability issues and helps enable students with disability to participate fully in University life.
A place for discussion nights on issues, concerns and thoughts of students who identify with ‘diverse’ groups.
The University offers two categories of employment vacancies, those open to all applicants and others which are only open to ANU staff, and maintains a casual employment register.
ANU hosts a number of events and lectures which are open to the public.
The official Facebook page of The Australian National University
This the official Facebook page for current and prospective international students at The Australian National University
The official Facebook page of the Australian National University Library.
This the official Facebook page for the ANU Student Association.
Screens up to 200 movies, on-campus, each year and membership is open to everyone.
A list of the coffee shops, restaurants and shops located on-campus.
A peer support walking program for all ANU students offered by the counselling centre.
Students from ANU and the University of Minnesota are collaborating to deliver community projects for the people of Malawi.
A meeting space for ANU graduate students that also hosts a variety of graduate student specific events throughout the year.
If you’re a graduate student, you may want to know about how you can make the most of your higher degree and how your studies relate to you academic or non-academic career.
Primary health care service for ANU. Make an appointment to see a doctor or talk to a nurse.
A community for students and academics who are interested in connecting with and learning from the past.
Specially designed and intensive short courses which are held during the (northern hemisphere) summer.
The Tjabal Indigenous Higher Education Centre is meeting place and support service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
Get training on everything you need to know to thrive in the rich information and computing environment at ANU.
Support for innovation and entrepreneurship through a range of activities, including advice and funding for startups.
A program supported by ANU and UC designed to help students learn the skills of an entrepreneur.
Summary of ANU insurance programs and claims procedures.
Enrolled ANU students have access to view and interact with their student account online.
This site provides information for prospective international students, current international students, staff, and other people and organisations associated with international students at the ANU.
IT support requests for all students.
Covers online learning, library services, computing and printing, skills development and more.
Justices of the Peace & Commissioners for Declarations to certify your documents.
A community for sharing personal experiences and discovering new ideas about languages and culture.
The graduate and undergraduate student associations employ a lawyer to provide students with free legal advice.
Search our library catalogue online, get help and training, access our extensive online resources and more.
Investing in other opportunities, including internships and university clubs & societies, can give you valuable experience and skills that will help you find employment after graduation.
Have the opportunity to engage with other enthusiastic students, as well as academics and experts.
e-hub's suite of free online self-help services can be used anonymously, 24 hours a day, from anywhere in the world.
A community to explore the contemporary issues gripping this unique region.
Locates the Muslim Students Centre and prayer room on the ANU campus map.
Information on getting to and from ANU, parking and specialised campus maps such as one showing bicycle paths.
Use your student ID to register for access to part-time and casual job opportunities.
Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) is an informal study session of ten to twenty students facilitated by student mentors who have recently completed the course they mentor in.
The students association, run by students, that provides a range of services specific to the needs of graduate students.
Get information about our on-campus computers, their use, applications, network, access, email and more.
Information on courses, plans and programs including specific information for Undergraduate students, Graduate students and International students.
A range of training opportunities, events, and resources to help research students develop their academic and professional skills
University accommodation services as well as support for a number of networks across campus.
A collection of like minded people from all academic fields.
A wide range of scholarships and prizes, for undergraduate and graduate students, including equity and access scholarships.
The ANU Students' Association online second-hand bookshop. (Only stocks books on the current course text list.)
Includes an on-campus bus service, after-hours patrols and an escort service to accompany you between campus locations.
An opportunity for new students to link up with later year students to learn more about university life.
Promotes the use of appropriate and informative statistical practice through short courses and individual consultation.
Independent advice from a non ANU staff member.
All students enrolling at ANU are issued with a student ID card.
ANU is committed to equal opportunity and to breaking down barriers to academic achievement.
The student extracurricular enrichment fund (SEEF) is designed to support student programs that enrich the students' extracurricular experience.
The Student Finance Office manages the corporate, back office aspects of student finance including sponsorships, Overseas Student Health Cover and more.
Exchange and study abroad opportunities for students who want to study overseas.
Summer research scholarships provide research opportunities for undergraduate students as an introduction to Honours or graduate research.
ANU student sustainability initiatives such as the Environment Collective, the Recyclery (second-hand bicycles) and more.
An interdisciplinary community that tackle every-day environment and sustainability related issues.
Training in information skills and computer skills specifically developed to support graduate students.
Look up when a course lecture or exam is scheduled and build a timetable for the semester. Look up the location of a room, lab or lecture theatre.
About to graduate from the ANU? Follow us for hints, tips, reminders and deadlines as well as answers to graduation queries you may have.
The Twitter feed of the ANU Media Office - news, stories, experts and more.
Twitter feed of the ANU Student Association.
Want to get your research published? Submit it to the URJ for their annual publication.
These courses are for highly motivated students who aim to become leaders in their chosen careers.
Attain a leadership position in an ANU club or society. Mentoring and professional development support is available.
Access to your course materials which varies from course to course. May include, access to lecture slides, audio files, reading material, announcements etc.
Allows you to access your ANU email account from any computer connected to the internet, either on or off campus.
The ANU student newspaper since 1948.
See what's going on at ANU, including talks by leading academics, policy makers, politicians and authors.