O'Week kicks off soon and we are looking forward to seeing you on campus.

Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mike Brooks will be welcoming new students to campus on Monday 20 July at 10:30am. Please note that this event has reached capacity, however, you can watch the livestream.

2020 O'Week program

Information about the events, workshops and Faculty/Degree sessions that will be held during O'Week 2020.

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Wednesday July 22 is the big day for all new students with events on and around The Barr Smith Lawns from 11am until 2pm. 

We have a Welcome to Country at 11:30am. To keep you warm there’ll be free coffee and a free sausage sizzle – vegans and vegetarians will also be looked after. There will be giveaways and spot prizes to be won.

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Adelaide University Sport will be there. They offer sport and fitness opportunities to students through intervarsity competition, 36 sports clubs, social sport and a gym on campus. AU Sport can also offer sport scholarships and elite athlete support for students. Visit them in the AU Sport stalls for more information, and join a club or two.

The Adelaide University Union is the largest student-led organisation on campus, and works to make student life fun and accessible and to give students a voice at the University. They run a wide range of services, including: academic advocacy, volunteering, events on campus, employment services and training, and help administer over 160 student-led Clubs. Visit the AUU stalls to find out how you can get involved and make the most of your university experience.

Aussie Animals will be hosting a show at 12:00pm.

International students should also attend the 2 day International Student Welcome program commencing on Monday July 20. 

If you have already finished enrolling, you can jump the queue and request your Student ID card, using this link will give you a chance to win an iPad Pro bundle. If you’ve already got your card, your name is already in with a chance to win.

Campus maps

Familiarise yourself with our campus to help you find your way around once you get here.

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For all course advice, visit your faculty website. For all other queries and questions visit Ask Adelaide.