We encourage you to attend these events and any others you might find useful during Orientation Week - see below for details.
Your E12 Student Welcome and Orientation
Monday 18 February, 10am5pm At your E12 student orientation you will be welcomed by Student Support Services staff, receive vital information and tips for studying at Sydney, learn why money matters, and hear from some current students.
Lunch will be provided and after a session organised by CAPS, you have the opportunity participate in activities organised by your Faculty, or take a campus tour.
You will have received a personalised invitation in February to this event, and RSVP is by Wednesday 13 February. If you are an E12 student and have not received an invite, please .
Tuesday 19 Friday 22 February If you receive an ATAR of 80 or less, we would encourage you to attend the Learning Centre Bridging Course. This course will kick-start your academic journey at the University and help you to refine your academic skills. Find out more here.
Orientation Week 2013
Wednesday 27 February Friday 1 March Please come and join us for Orientation Week! There are a number of sessions that may appeal to you - money matters, well-balanced lifestyle, what is this thing called university?, finding casual employment. Find out more here.
If, during Orientation or in the first few weeks of class, you have any questions, or are lost, keep an eye out for people wearing an ‘Ask Me’ badge. They are here to answer any questions you may have about Orientation Week, the campus, or uni life in general. Find out more about the Ask Me campaign here.
We have created several resources to help make your transition to university study as smooth as possible and to give your every opportunity to succeed during your time at the University of Sydney.
Make sure you explore the websites and resources below so you know where to go for help during challenging times, how to get an extra boost, and what things you can do to make your time as a student the most fun and rewarding in the long run.
Shortly, you will be sent a link to a quiz, designed to help you prepare for university life and study. Based on your answers, you will be referred to the best support services and opportunities to suit your needs. Its a good idea to start exploring these services you might want to drop in during Orientation Week to familarise yourself with what they can offer, or perhaps attend one of the transition sessions. Find out what's on