The new year is a time for setting resolutions (and breaking them), for returning to routines and planning for new adventures, but also for getting all those boring details of your life sorted. Here at Wise ASSC, we’ve been setting our goals, planning what 2020 will look like, and sorting through our admin to make sure we are all up to date. This is a … Continue reading New year check up
The end of semester is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate all of your hard work than a party filled with LIVE MUSIC! LTSU are hosting an amazing end of year party to wind up the end of the semester, and they want you to come and join the party! We know how many hours you’ve spent in the library studying … Continue reading LTSU End of Year Party
President of the International Students’ Association, Carson Cai, sat down with Paige Voss to talk about his role and what to expect at the Multicultural Festival in semester two! Adding to La Trobe’s highly regarded inclusive and diverse community, the La Trobe Multicultural Festival is a great opportunity for international students to showcase their country in their own unique way. This event is run by … Continue reading La Trobe’s Multicultural Festival
You can’t beat real-life experience. Whether you’re in an arts, science or business degree, reaching out and finding your own industry placement is a worthwhile experience that will give you a competitive edge after graduating. Knowing your content is all good and well- and super important! But can you put it into practice in a real-life situation? This is the question all employers are asking, … Continue reading How to Source an Industry Placement Workshop
This semester, we have loads of workshops to help kickstart your studies and see you set for success! Check out the workshops and dates below. Zoom links available for students at regional campuses. #HowtoUni, Wednesday 31 July, 12pm-1pm, City campus, room 3.09, Zoom: https://latrobe.zoom.us/j/418647324 #HowtoUni, Wednesday 7 August, 2pm-3pm, Bundoora campus, Donald Whitehead 118, Zoom: https://latrobe.zoom.us/j/976268658 #HowtoStudy, Thursday 22 August, 12pm-1pm, Bundoora campus, Library Seminar … Continue reading Workshops to boost your success this semester!
Whether you’ve just started university, or heading into your second semester, orientation is one of the most important events to attend. Undoubtedly, starting university is nerve wracking in its own right, so heading down and getting involved in the O week activities is the best way to overcome the daunting experience. I’ll put it simply, at orientation there is a lot going on. People everywhere, … Continue reading Check out Semester Two O-week!
Aside from our high level of education, diversity and inclusivity at La Trobe, we are also renowned for our abundance of greenery and outdoor space. Another addition to the sustainability program is the Community Garden- The Patch. Located at the Bundoora, Albury/Wodonga and Bendigo campuses, this is another way La Trobe aims to reduce the impact on the environment. Half way through it’s 11th year … Continue reading The Patch
For most of semester one, the ASSC College Student Advisory Group have been smashing out outcomes left, right and centre. Throughout the past few months, we’ve been working hard with the college to implement new ideas and develop others. Across each of the campuses, both university wide and campus specific actions are being taken. With recent discussions held between the Advisory Group, College Executive Committee and College Academic Committee members, … Continue reading ASSC Student Advisory Group Making A Difference
It’s Reconciliation Week and the La Trobe Student Union has organised a week of fantastic events for you to be part of! Tuesday 28 May 10.30am Screening of the 2008 Apology Speech, Agora 11.00am Reconciliation Week morning tea with guest speakers, DMC-C121 5.30pm Twilight Tour, Wildlife Sanctuary. Limited places so booking essential Wednesday 29 May 5.00pm Twilight Tour with BBQ, Wildlife Sanctuary. Limited places so … Continue reading Get involved with Reconciliation Week!
In your university inbox, you should have received an email from email@example.com inviting you to complete subject evaluations. This is one of the best ways to provide constructive feedback to the university about your learning experiences. But what does that mean and why is it important? The university values the feedback it gets from students, as it enables them to understand how the subjects are … Continue reading How Student Feedback Surveys Benefit Students