Wirltu Yarlu welcome

Wirltu Yarlu


Wirltu Yarlu is responsible for engaging with and recruiting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as providing support to students during their time here at the University of Adelaide.

Commencing students will receive an email with the link to attend their Orientation sessions via Eventsair and MyUni course for Wirltu Yarlu.





Uncle Rod, Kaurna Elder and Cultural Advisor, will welcome you to the University of Adelaide with a traditional Welcome to Country

Meet the team

Look through a list of all the staff at Wirltu Yarlu that will work with you through your study journey

Cultural Session

Uncle Rod will go through cultural expectations and provide tips during your studies at The University of Adelaide

SSO Recommendations

The Student Support Team will go through what services they can offer and recommendations when working with Wirltu Yarlu


Shaylem will go through what the Wirltu Yarlu Academic Mentoring program is, how to be involved and how to access through the VYGO platform

Cadetships and Scholarships

Sarah will go through the types of scholarships and cadetships on offer and the supports to help you navigate the application process.

Student Study Tips

Aidan, a current Medicine student and Student Ambassador, will share his tips on getting through your studies


Information regarding PASS and how to access this support


Information regarding the library and how to access this support and book in a tour

Services and Faculty Tour

Video of the services you can access and a tour of the campus

Live chat

SSO’s will be available each day to live chat any questions you may have

Tour book in

A Eventbrite link to book in a face to face tour with a student Ambassador

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