Community Engagement Brochures
There are many ways in which the University connects with and collaborates with its communities. This dynamic two-way relationship helps communities prosper in association with a university of international reputation, while allowing UOW to draw support and inspiration from the community. This brochure provides an insight into this dynamic relationship and case studies on activities and relationships that support community-University engagement at UOW.
Download Connect: Community (pdf) here.
A University Engaged
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Partnerships that Inspire
The UOW Office of Advancement facilitates connections between the University, our alumni, friends and the wider community. These people support the University to transform the lives of our students, enrich communities and contribute to the University's pursuit of excellence. This publication profiles some current partnerships and outlines how these relationships strengthen the University and support real change in the wider community.
Need more information?
Contact the Office of Advancement
Location: Wollongong Campus, Building 36, lower ground floor.
Phone: 02 4221 3110
Fax: 02 4221 5596
"Community engagement is at the heart of our University,' a message from Professor Paul Wellings CBE, Vice-Chancellor, UOW. Read more
events and opportunities
Community Campus Tours- We will be hosting tours throughout 2014 to welcome community onto Wollongong Campuses. Upcoming dates- Tuesday 25th March (Main Campus) and Thursday 3rd April (IC).
Welcome to Wollongong- The City of Wollongong would like to officially welcome all new students and staff to their new home.
The Illawarra Forum is hosting it's annual conference 'Stand Up, Stand Out' March 11-12th 2014. The event will be a must for leaders from the community, government and business sectors as well as staff from NGOs and students hoping to join the industry.
Our community connections
This brochure provides a snapshot of social and economic initiatives that result from UOW's dynamic community connections. Read more