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When you are a UOW student you are surrounded by a community of people who are here to support you and help you succeed. Here are some of the many services on campus that you can access.
Many UOW students say that living in residence is a highlight of their university experience. UOW Living offer supportive, secure and sustainable residential communities and advice on housing alternatives.
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).
Complaints Management Centre
UOW encourages you to resolve matters at a local level but understand that this is not always possible. The Complaints Management Centre will be able to help and advise you regarding your formal complaint.
This free and confidential individual counselling service is available five days a week to assist you with personal, study or work related difficulties. Counselling is a way of addressing and resolving issues.
Moving out of home? Buying a new car? Got your first credit card? The free and confidential UOW Financial Counselling Service will help you manage your money and stay on top of your finances.
Your go to place for everything relating to IT including user accounts, email, password management, SOLS, internet access and quota, computer labs, printing and copying, Wi-Fi and much more.
Free and confidential services including referrals and legal advice provided by a solicitor from Carter and Ferguson Solicitors in Wollongong, as well as online resources and fact sheets.
The Library provides resources, study spaces and expert services to meet your research and study needs.
UOW Security operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the Wollongong campus and is here to protect people and property. Services include safety escorts, first aid, lost property and so much more.
Student Advocacy Office
The Student Advocacy Service provides free and confidential support if you are seeking guidance on grievances, appeals, disputes, mismanagement or misconduct by staff or students, during your studies.
The Student Ombudsman is here to independently, respectfully and confidentially review student academic complaints that have not been resolved informally or through the formal Faculty level process.
Elected students represent the student body on the University Council, in the five Faculties, committees and through the student-run associations for undergraduates (WUSA) and postgraduates (WUPA).
Get information about free shuttle buses, public transport, walking, cycling and parking for an easy and sustainable commute to UOW from your suburb. Plus maps and guides to help you when you get here.
Keep your balance with life skills workshops and wellness activities brought to you by UOW UniLife.