Do you know what to do in an emergency? The University has plans in place to respond to a variety of incidents on campus.
Win great prizes by completing ECU services surveys.
Make new friends, learn about a new culture and gain some extremely valuable skills with this volunteering opportunity helping students from Tokyo City University adjust to life at ECU.
Last week the Federal Government announced that it was putting on hold any reforms of the university sector for at least a year. Vice-Chancellor Professor Steve Chapman outlines what this means for ECU students.
As we are coming into the warmer months it is important to be aware of the hazard snakes pose around campus and what to do if you see or are bitten by one.
Do you need help with resume writing, finding employment, networking or interview skills? ECU Careers and Leadership Services can help!
WA Health is helping international students to stay healthy and safe throughout their stay.
Nominations have been called for the position of student member on the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts Board.
Access to internal network, internal and external websites via a wireless connection may be affected. If you believe that this outage will affect planned work, please advise the IT Service Desk as soon as possible.
Female volunteers, aged between 18 and 35, are wanted for Orthorexia research.
Does ECU provide you with the support services/facilities you need?
How is your semester shaping up? Going great or in need of a boost?
If you're interested in further studies and boundary pushing research, come to some of the free activities on offer during Edith Cowan University Research Week 14 - 18 September 2015.
The R U OK? Foundation is hosting its 7th national day of action on Thursday, 10 September and aims to inspire more people to connect with anyone who might be struggling with life.
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!