Journalism student Stephanie Smarrelli wrote to JMAC about what it’s like being a part of a club here at La Trobe University. If you were to ask me what is the one thing I would recommend to every first-year student starting university, it would be to join a club or society. And no, I don’t mean show up to O-Week and sign every clipboard you … Continue reading Benefits of joining a club or society
2019 is just around the corner, so get in early to re-enrol in the subjects you want! It seems like 2019 is still ages away, but before you know it, we will be back for Semester 1! So now is the time to re-enrol to secure your preference for the entire academic year! If you already know the subjects you want, visit Student OnLine to … Continue reading Continuing your studies in 2019? Re-enrol now!
Did you know that La Trobe University has a feedback button? If your answer is yes, that’s one point to you. But do you know where the button is located? If your answer is yes, then you have outsmarted us all. La Trobe’s feedback button, carefully located on the university’s website home page on the right hand side is not just there for looks or … Continue reading Feedback does pay off!
Are you an ASSC student completing a double degree with the SHE College? Are you confused about choosing subjects for 2019? Well, the SHE College Subject Selection Fair is for you! On Wednesday 3 October, come along to learn about majors and career pathways to help you organise your studies for 2019. Get advice from academics and alumni! Register here Continue reading Doing a Double Degree? SHE Subject Selection Fair
Confession #1: I love studying In fact, after being a tertiary student for half my life, I think I can almost qualify as an eternal student. Don’t get me wrong, I am not a super nerd who enjoys doing hours of homework. And assignment deadlines still give me anxiety. It’s just that I have always been the type of person who wants to know things … Continue reading Confessions of an eternal student – is a Postgraduate degree worth the time?
Here at the Wise ASSC blog, we are always looking for guest writers to contribute to our blog. Over the summer, we are holding a summer writers program. In this program, we will be providing a prompt located at the bottom of this post, and all you need to do is continue the prompt with your own unique words. Prizes will be given out, including a … Continue reading Summer writers competition
It’s time to get organised for final assessments! Are your assignment deadlines creeping up on you? Why is it so hard to get things done? #howtouni presents a workshop to learn to build practical skills in planning, organising time, negotiation and effective study skills as well as providing a space to begin building reflective skills for navigating healthy life/work balance! When: Tuesday 9 October, 12.00-1.00pm Where: … Continue reading Get organised for final assessments
What does success mean to you? What thoughts or ideas do you have that could improve the university experience so that undergraduate students can achieve success? The Pro Vice Chancellor Student Success, Jessica Vanderlelie, is holding an open forum for all undergraduate students to share feedback about what you think is important for Student Success. When: Tuesday 2 October, 2018, 2-3pm Where: ELT 4 Come … Continue reading Student Success: Calling all Undergraduates!
Over the course of your degree, you might come across having to complete an internship or placement. Whether it be a compulsory part of your degree, or something you want to do for yourself, internships and placements are definitely worth giving a go. Internships and placements are designed to give you industry related experience in the field you want to pursue a career in. They … Continue reading Getting work experience- with incentives!
Do you have a fancy idea that could help improve the online student experience here at La Trobe University? Do you want your voice to be heard but not sure how to get it across? Then we have the perfect event for you. La Trobe University is holding co-design workshops over the month of September for students to attend and provide staff with suggestions that can … Continue reading Have your say to improve Student Experience!