Your first stop for information about Sydney CBD campus current student administration, enrolment, course planning, fees, support services, student IT and more.
The Ally Network is a visible network of empathetic people who are allies of students and staff identifying as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual or intersex (GLBTI).
Our free, hour-long tours are conducted by current UOW students and staff. If you would like to visit our campus please contact us to make an appointment. We welcome you to visit us!
View our Sydney CBD campus contact list for academic and administrative support staff, as well as campus operating hours and emergency contact information.
Get information about public transport, walking, cycling and parking for an easy commute to campus. Campus is a convenient 3-minute walk from Circular Quay train station.
Assistance with IT including user accounts, email, password management, SOLS, internet access and quota, computer labs, printing and copying, Wi-Fi and much more.
The Sydney CBD Library provides access to collections and information services for Sydney CBD Campus students and staff.
Bupa is the preferred provider of Overseas Health Cover (for international students) for the university. Access information on Bupa and the services available here.
Improve your marks! Access to Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) who help students succeed with studies.
A variety of scholarships related to equity, academic performance, community involvement and work-integrated learning are on offer to support a wide variety of students in reaching their goals. It's one way UOW demonstrates its commitment to recognition, excellence, equity and diversity.
Our ground floor study rooms are available to assist with group study commitments. Bookings must be made online.
Providing students with events, programs and activities that add to your total student experience while studying at UOW. A schedule of events and further information on UOW Pulse and UniLife can be viewed online.
Woolyungah Indigenous Centre
Access to facilities and programs including tutorial assistance that encourage and support Indigenous Australians from entry into University through to successful completion.