UniWide wireless internet
UniWide is UNSW’s wireless network. It offers fast, secure wireless network connectivity from most locations on UNSW campuses . Access is free for students. If you don’t have the internet at home, you can use UniWide to download class material, chat with friends, and check your email. More information about UniWide.
The main campus library was recently upgraded and now offers 2600 study spaces (including group study areas) and a range of new facilities and learning resources. Its two specialist branches are the Freehills Law library and the College of Fine Arts library in Paddington. For more information visit the UNSW library website.
Student Central is the university’s service centre that can help you with any enquiries you have about your academic standing, course changes, updating your personal details, academic transcripts and student visa extensions. More information about Student Central.
The Student Equity and Disabilities Unit
The role of the Student Equity and Disabilities Unit (SEADU) is to make life at university free of discrimination and harassment. SEADU promotes a culturally rich and diverse university campus and provides a range of services as well as support and advice to achieve equal educational opportunities. More information about SEADU.
There are four childcare centres on the Kensington campus. Due to the demand for places at the centres, we recommend that you enrol as soon as possible. More information about UNSW childcare.
myUNSW is your online portal to the services and information you need to organise your life as a student. You can enrol, pay your fees, update your personal details, see your class timetable and find your exam results. More information about myUNSW.
The Learning Centre
The Learning Centre will help you with your academic skills. Join in individual writing consultations and academic skills workshops, or access the Centre’s library and online academic skills resources. More information about The Learning Centre.
Getting advice and assistance from more experienced students will make your transition to university life much easier. This service will put you in touch with experienced students who can mentor you in your first year. More information about Peer Mentoring.
Counselling and Psychological Services
Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides a free and confidential service to any student needing support. CAPS provides support programs, workshops and seminars for skill development, as well as self-help resources to help you adjust to university life.More information about Counselling and Psychological Services.
For more comprehensive information regarding student facilities please refer to the Student Life website.