Yooroang Garang is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Support Centre, located in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Cumberland Campus.
Not only does the Centre provide support programs such as the Cadigal Program, an admission scheme for alternative University entrance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, and the Aboriginal Health Sciences Support Program, the Centre also provide a huge range of invaluable assistance and facilities. These include the ITAS tutoring program, academic assistance, student computer and printing labs, student kitchen and lunch room and a variety of study rooms.
Please phone us on 9351 9066 or drop in to level 4, T Block and see either Simone-Cherie, Marie or Melanie to find out how Yooroang Garang can best support you from enrolment to graduation.
Our award winners
Congratulations to the Yooroang Garang Students who received an award at the 2015 Faculty of Health Sciences Awards Ceremony.
Congratulations to our graduates
The Staff and Students of Yooroang Garang would like to Congratulate our 2014 Graduating Students, Alex Lavender, Jessica Reardon, Sophie Evans, Ryan Taylor, Michael Nolan and Jay Workman.
Applications for the 2016 Cadigal Alternative Entry Program open in August 2015The Cadigal Alternative Entry Program is an access and support program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to study at the University of Sydney. Any course offered by the University (excluding block-mode and away-from-base courses) can be studied through the Cadigal Program.
For Scholarship information for new students beginning study in 2015 within the Faculty of Health Sciences please visit sydney.edu.au/health-sciences/future-students/scholarships-awards/index.shtml
For further information regarding the Faculty of Health Sciences Cadigal Program, please contact: Simone-Cherie Holt, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Recruitment and Support Officer Telephone: 02 9351 9114 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
People Like Us
Hear one of our Occupational Therapy students, Jessica Reardon, discussing her personal experience of applying to and studying at University: