Mental Recovery

The Recovery Camp is an Australian-first therapeutic recreation program for people with a lived experience of severe mental illness. 

Recovery Camp  Group Photo 2016

For future health professionals, including nursing, psychology, dietetics, and exercise physiology students, who also participate in Recovery Camp it is an immersive, experiential, clinical learning experience that focuses on strengths not illness.


Help Smart Minds

UOW dementia researcher Kate Swaffer, who is also living with dementia, feels it is an exciting time in medical research and encourages you to support the journey.

Kate Swaffer

Researchers like Kate Swaffer, who work tirelessly to improve the lives of those living with dementia and their carers, need your support.

Help our researchers continue to advance in the fight against dementia and mental health as they break down the barriers and stigmas associated with these diseases.



Students Say Thank You

Your participation in the Alumni Appeal means you are choosing to be a part of something great by supporting our researchers and helping our students reach their full potential.

Read about the Alumni Appeal

Support Student Scholarships

The Learning and Development Scholarship Fund continues to support students like Morgan Way, a UOW alumnus, 2011 scholarship recipient and founder of Way Ward Films.

This Fund ensures our students are able to pursue their university aspirations without being hindered by social and economic disadvantage.

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