End-of-unit assessments are nearly here, but it doesn't have to be a stressful experience – Deakin counsellor Alison Lau shares how to channel your nerves, manage expectations and access help.
We're MOVEing for Mental Health Month and This Girl Can Week! Try one of our DeakinACTIVE offers this October to make a strong start to your end-of-unit assessments.
Join this student-led event Friday 6 October from 1pm to have an open discussion with expert panellists about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.
This month we focus on four simple behaviours, that you can immediately action, to keep you and your loved ones safe while connecting online.
We're following Courtnee Comer as she receives her law degree! You're invited to witness her graduation ceremony on 5 October – but first, she shares her study journey and how she stayed motivated over four years.
Get your diaries out! Here's your monthly round-up of the most happening events and activities, both at Deakin and in Melbourne, Geelong and Warrnambool.
Mental Health Month is an opportunity to focus on how we can all contribute to better mental health and become more aware, included and connected in meaningful ways. Try our simple tips to manage stress and nurture your wellbeing.
Voting is now open for student positions on the University Council, Academic Board and faculty boards. Check your Deakin email for details on how to vote – you can have your say until 5pm, Friday 6 October.
You could be eligible to do a secondary teaching degree at Deakin with a scholarship to cover the cost!
The Victorian Government is offering scholarships to support secondary teaching degree students with the cost of studying and living.
The referendum will be held on Saturday 14 October and voting is compulsory if you're an eligible Australian citizen aged 18 or over. Here's what you need to know.