UOW offers a wide range of free programs to help you excel academically, ranging from workshops, events and resources to peer mentoring and consultations.
Tools for success
Two compulsory online modules that provide key skills and information so you can begin navigating your UOW career and preparing for your professional future. Make sure you complete these in the first session or your results will be withheld.
UOW Library provides academic resources, flexible study spaces and welcoming, knowledgeable staff who can provide personalised assistance face-to-face, over the phone, by email or through the Library Live Chat service.
Get 24/7 access to online resources to support your learning, including assessments, technology, referencing and citing. You can also talk to a Peer Coach, access study support seminars, or request an Academic Consultation.
First Gen Program
First in your family to attend university? Celebrate your achievement, connect with other students and staff, and access tailored resources with our First Gen program.Find out more
International student success program
Kickstart your journey as an international student at UOW with information you need to succeed and enjoy your student experience.Get started
Make friends from around the world
International Student Programs (ISP) links students from all over the world, offering opportunities to make new friends, develop skills and connect with the local community.
GCP is a community of UOW students who are passionate about being global citizens. Participate in interesting and engaging conversations in English, learn about different cultures and connect with people from around the world in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Pulse Perks is here to make your experience at UOW an awesome one, with cool events, competitions and freebies all year round. Soothe your soul with live music on the Duck Pond Lawn, test yourself at trivia nights or wander through the fortnightly markets.
With more than 150 active clubs on campus, this is one UOW experience you don’t want to miss. Whether you’re looking to build friendships, learn skills or develop professional networks, there’s bound to be a club for you.
Keep your life-study balance with stress-relieving workshops and weekly activities that will get you up and moving, making new friends and feeling good all through the academic year.