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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander support and safe spaces

Safe spaces

Camperdown

The John Woolley Building on the Camperdown campus offers access to computers, printing and photocopying facilities, a common room and kitchen.

  • Visit the common room (S243).
  • You can visit the Mana Yura student support staff in the Offices of the DVC-ISS.

The Wingara Mura Research Library is also housed in the same building. The library holds a comprehensive collection of resources relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and affairs, which can be accessed on-site.

Library opening hours: 9.30am – 4.30pm, Monday to Friday
Uma Ketheson, Librarian
Room N238, John Woolley Building (A20)
+61 2 9351 7012
uma.ketheson@sydney.edu.au

There is an Indigenous Student Room for Sydney Medical School students in the Edward Ford Building on the Camperdown campus.

John Woolley Building

Cumberland

On the Cumberland campus (Faculty of Health Sciences), the Yooroang Garang Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Support Centre has two study rooms, a student kitchen and lunchroom, 12 computers, photocopying and printing facilities.

Yooroang Garang

Last updated: 22 August 2019

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