Archive for October, 2018

What’s on at Caulfield campus?

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

Esperanto is hiring
Esperanto Magazine is hunting for talented team members to lead the magazine into next year. Check out the details and apply before the end of the month.

Globe Café
Globe Café provides friendship, support and fun for international students. Get involved with games, BBQs, karaoke nights, trips away, multicultural nights, film nights, dances and more, and get to know other international students and Australian families. This free program is presented by the St John’s Anglican Parish, a short walk away from Caulfield campus.

MONSU Student Rights + Support
Undergraduate student? Whether you need advice, a referral, advocacy, answers about your exam rights and responsibilities or simply a friendly chat about how you’re going at Monash, MONSU provides free, confidential support. Get in touch by emailing or calling 9903 2596. Postgraduate students at all campuses should contact the MPA’s Advice and Advocacy service.

What’s on at Clayton campus?

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

MSA Survival Centre revamp
The MSA Welfare Department has revamped its Survival Centre, stocking it with resources for students in need such as non-perishable food and hygiene items. The room is there for you to take only what you need, when you’re in need. Please respect the centre, be mindful of how much you’re taking and remember there are people out there who really need this support. Find more information on the MSA Welfare Facebook page.

MSA Student Advocacy and Support
Undergraduate student? Book an appointment with the MSA for advocacy and support in relation to general university-related issues, Monash’s policies and procedures, your exam rights and responsibilities, special consideration and more. Postgraduate students at all campuses should contact the MPA’s Advice and Advocacy service.

Help shape the new Monash Precinct 

Williamsburg, Silicon Valley or Harajuku, chances are you’ve heard of these iconic precincts. They range from technology hubs to art centres and of course food-lover destinations. The Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources is developing a brand for the “Monash Precinct”, spanning from Sandown Park to Huntingdale. Complete a short 2-minute survey and tell us what you would like out of this precinct and play an important role in shaping the future.