First year students who graduated high school in 2018 are invited to participate in a study discussing antisemitism in online spaces. Participants will be reimbursed for their time. More information available on enquiry.
A reminder there are no classes on Good Friday, Easter Monday or Anzac Day. ECU campus libraries and Library services, Student Enquiries, Student Hub and Student Life services will be closed over the Easter long weekend (19 to 22 April inclusive) and Anzac Day (25 April).
Take charge of your exam preparation and come along to a Quality vs Quantity workshop. Learn how to manage your time effectively and succeed with the right study/life balance. Online registration is essential.
As On Track Week comes to a close, it’s time to continue thinking about the future. ECU’s Careers and Employability team can provide you with a broad range of resources and services to help you become an ECU job ready graduate.
Receive a free digital subscription giving you complete access to the digital editions of The West Australian, The Weekend West & The Sunday Times – courtesy of the ECU Student Guild.
It’s On Track Week at ECU! Did you know that ECU Libraries have experienced Student Assistance with Learning Technologies (SALT) staff available to assist you?
ECU provides a free, confidential services to all currently enrolled ECU students residing in Australia to address any personal issues that may be impacting your studies. Find out more about Student Counselling, Health, Equity, Diversity and Disability services.
Commencing 7 April, road works at the intersection of Alexander Drive and Bradford Street in Mount Lawley may affect traffic.
Now you are in week six and approaching the half way mark of the semester – it’s time to check-in to make sure you stay on track with your studies. ECU's Learning Advisers can work with you to develop your academic and communication skills.
Staying on track is easy. We encourage you to use your voice and ask for help if you would like support with your semester one studies.
The Student Counselling Service and Student Equity, Diversity and Disability Service at Mount Lawley Campus have moved to Building 8 as of 26 March 2019.
The ECU Student Guide is exactly that – your fundamental guide to what you need to know as an ECU student.
Are you chasing a rewarding adventure that could change your life? Then the Disney Cultural Exchange Program is an opportunity of a lifetime!
Researchers from the Black Dog Institute and the University of New South Wales Sydney (School of Psychiatry) are conducting an anonymous Student Wellbeing and Success Survey – and they need your help.
On Thursday 21 March you can enjoy free brekky and lunch at ECU's Joondalup campus if you cycle in to class.
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