ECU will partner with other universities across Australia in a ground-breaking national student survey on sexual assault and harassment, to be officially launched today.
Check your email inbox to see if you are one of the lucky ones! One ECU student has already won $500.
Would you like to make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged rural students in WA?
The Public Sector Cadetship Program is an initiative between the Public Sector Commission and Edith Cowan University and offers a limited number of cadetship places for both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and students with disability.
Road works will be taking place at the Central Avenue / Hamer Parade Intersection which neighbours the ECU Mount Lawley campus.
National Student Volunteer Week raises awareness and the importance of student volunteering. This year, the ECU Careers and Leadership Team are running events every day of NSVW including a round table discussion exploring volunteering, volunteer power hours across all ECU campuses and a tree planting day!
On Track Week will be held from August 15th - 19th and is a great opportunity to voice any concerns that you feel are affecting your studies.
Are you working while you study? Odds are you’ll have to lodge a tax return, and thanks to help from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), tax time is now simpler than ever!
The car parks and roads around ECU’s metropolitan campuses are often congested in the first few weeks of semester. Follow these four simple tips to beat the rush.
With over 6000 students coming to Perth to take part in 33 different sports over 7 days, the 2016 Australian University Games are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to get involved!
This study seeks to better understand what elements contribute to a 'good' getting acquainted conversation.
This year, ECU library will be upgrading to a newer Library Services Platform (LSP), the software used to run and maintain the library. One of the outcomes of this platform change is that Bonus+ will be incompatible with our new system. The Bonus+ service will be discontinued on Friday, 23 September 2016.
Skin cancer may be the last thing on people’s minds as we shiver through winter, but according to experts the colder months are actually the most important time of the year to stay vigilant.
You’re invited to participate in a survey about substances some WA tertiary students use to help them study.
ECU has partnered with The West Australian to present you with a free 12 month subscription to the digital edition of The West Australian.