Scammers are getting increasingly clever in their bids to steal our information. See how you can avoid these types of scams (and what you should do if you do get caught up in one).
Take some time to slow down, revel in the present moment and fire your imagination – we've got some great events happening this Mind Matters Week!
If you're looking for short-stay accommodation, these on-campus options are convenient, safe and budget-friendly – and a great way to meet other students!
Entries for the Local Word Writing Prize are now open. Established and emerging writers, submit your entry by Saturday 27 January 2024 for the chance to win $2000, participate in a mentoring session and see your work published!
If you procrastinate, you're not the only one! Learn more about why you might do it, and what you can do to make study a less stressful experience.
While it can feel hard to call out behaviour that disrespects women, this is how we'll all help to end gender-based violence. During this year's 16 Days of Activism campaign, discover how you can make a difference.
If you're facing a challenging personal situation, you may need to consider intermitting or discontinuing your course. Find out how – but also discover some free support services that may help you to keep studying.
With cyber attacks happening more and more often, it’s more important than ever to have strong passwords protecting your online accounts.
Edis Celhaka, one of Deakin's Disability Liaison Officers, explains what the Disability Resource Centre is all about and whether you may be eligible for support.
Hear from Deakin PhD candidate Ollie Cook (they/them) in the Transgender Identities podcast episode, plus see the range of community webinars and support available this week and beyond.