The Joondalup Innovation Challenge is a unique opportunity for participants to work together to solve real-world problems faced by Joondalup residents, businesses and students.
It’s Library and Information Week, and today is Library Technicians’ Day! Library Technicians are the professionally trained staff who serve you at the Library enquiry desks and answers your phone and email enquiries.
Parking on campus can be challenging during the exam period, make sure you leave enough time in your schedule.
National Careers Week is an initiative aiming to celebrate career development and promote the economic, social and personal benefits of developing and planning your career.
Exams can prompt a lot of questions about what happens if you miss an exams, fall ill on the day, or have two exams on the same day. Here's the answers to some of the most common questions.
If you are enrolled in any Semester 1 units, please check your ECU student email for an invitation to complete the online survey of units and teacher (known as the Unit and Teacher Evaluation Instrument, or UTEI).
The Perth and Peel regions will return to pre-lockdown life from 12:01am Saturday, 15 May.
IDAHOBIT celebrates LGBTIQ people globally and raises awareness for the work still needed to combat discrimination.
Exams are coming up in a few weeks, log on to SIMO and check to see if you have any in your schedule.
National Careers Week will be running between the 17 May – 21 May. Engage with industry partners, career's practitioners and employability workshops to increase your understanding of career development and it's importance in your graduate employability.
The Library maintains a high-quality selection of online databases containing relevant, wide-ranging information sources for research and the range of ECU curriculum.
Through recent updates and acquisitions thousands of new sources are now available to the ECU community.
Campus Libraries at Joondalup and Mount Lawley are currently closed, however students can still access a wide range of online resources and support services.
Tuesday 4 May is National University Mental Health Day, a time to highlight all the support services available while you are studying, and also a moment to build your own mental health plan.
Looking after your mental health and developing good strategies for studying at home are important. Here's some helpful links to mental health resources.
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