Griffith University has encouraged staff, students and community to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2021 in their own way.
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2020 NAIDOC Week has been celebrated across Griffith, albeit more virtually than in previous years.
Griffith students have addressed the complex issue of mental health in a vital project to increase awareness of the university’s services and support.
Its hoped a webinar bringing together academics, activists, professional athletes and sporting organisations will help drive change in the area of violence prevention.
The third round of Griffith's COVID-19 Student Support Bursary will provide an additional $2.2m for struggling students.
Griffith University international students impacted by COVID-19 have been given a helping hand with the provision of more than 3200 free meals each week.
Griffith has been recognised with Bronze Tier status in the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) at the 2020 Australian LGBTQ Inclusion Awards.
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Isolation has become the norm during COVID-19 but while it’s proven difficult for many, none have been more at risk than victims of domestic violence.
Griffith has announced further investment in its COVID-19 Student Support Bursary and a range of other measures to help its domestic and international students.
‘Realising Career Potential: Rethinking Disability’ is a free MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) now open for enrolment that enables learners to see how rehabilitation counsellors help people with disadvantage or disability realise their vocational potential.
Harmony Day may fall on March 21 each year but at Griffith University there is a full week of activities celebrating our diverse range of culture and recognising and valuing diversity. March 21 is United Nations Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination, and across Australia this is recognised and celebrated as National Harmony Day. The theme […]
For Griffith University students Rebecca Holohan and Timothy McMillan, their studies would not be possible without the help of university scholarships. Rebecca says without the support from the scholarships, she would struggle to complete her studies in Business and International Tourism – largely because of the travel involved from her Mission Beach home in North […]
Griffith University’s John Graham has formally received the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) Queen’s Baton for the final international leg of its journey in the lead up to the Games in April. John, a senior learning assistance officer with the GUMURRII Student Support Unit, represented the Yugumbeh people with the traditional Maori owners of […]
Teresa Bradford was genuine, understanding, compassionate and inspirational.
Register now for a Budgeting 101 workshop! (and receive a $50 bookshop voucher*) The Welfare and Student Liaison Office are running these interactive workshops on all campuses during February 2017. Come along to get tips on how to save money and survive financially. Gold Coast campus: Fri 17 Feb, 1.30 – 3.00 || Thurs 23 Feb, […]
The Welfare and Student Liaison Office provides support to student Carers. Services include the Carer Support Network, individual support, meetings and regular emails. Caring for another person can be rewarding but also extremely challenging at times, when there is a need to balance the role of caring and the particular requirements of studying at University. […]
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) have created a bunch of online services to help you manage your finances. The ATO’s top three tips are to get a Tax File Number (TFN) if you haven’t already, to register for myGov (the fastest way to access government services online) and then link your myGov account to the ATO, and […]
Check out the range of financial support available to students at Griffith University.