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Find your Faculty/School welcome

Don't miss your faculty/school welcome – it's where you'll learn everything about your degree and the places you'll be studying. 

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Memorise your UniKey

Keep an eye on your email for your UniKey login and memorise it asap. 

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Connect to free Wi-Fi

Once you know your UniKey, connect to our free, campus-wide Wi-Fi: 'UniSydney'. 

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Sort out your student card

Upload a passport style photo to Sydney Student as soon as possible. You'll receive an email when it's ready for collection. 

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Access our online systems via MyUni

MyUni is your portal to all the key University systems. Take some time to learn about your student email, Sydney Student and Blackboard (aka LMS), which you'll be using regularly during your degree. 

 

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Download your timetable

Timetables will be released by email from 12 February. You can then customise your timetable via MyUni. 

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Prepare for class

Download Unit of Study outlines for each of your subjects via Blackboard. These are like instruction manuals for each of your classes and are essential reading. 

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Locate our student services

We have a number of support services available including counselling, careers advice, financial support, healthcare, disability support, accomodation services and more. 

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Ask questions

If you're not sure about something, look out for people wearing 'Ask Me' badges during Orientation Week and don't be afraid to ask other students wandering around campus – they're probably looking for a distraction. 

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Safety first

The University of Sydney is a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment. If you feel unsafe, have an accident or experience any kind of harassment, contact Campus Security on thier 24/7 emergency phone line: 9351 3333. 

 

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Get to know your student reps

Familiarise yourself with your student representatives, so you know where to go if you need extra advice and support. 

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Strike a life balance

Your new uni lifestyle might feel crazy at first, but the best way to keep on top of everything is to plan ahead and include lots of time for relaxation, physical activity and socialising. 

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Complete our Academic Honesty Module

All new students are required to complete our Academic Honesty Education Module within the first few weeks of semester. This short interative course will help you prepare for assignments and exams. 

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