Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit
The Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit supports Indigenous students and staff in their education and employment aspirations. Yulendj actively recruits Indigenous staff and students, and provides strategic advice to the University on Indigenous matters. Our Elder-in-Residence, Aunty Diane Singh, sits within the Unit, and we provide executive support to the Indigenous Advisory Council. Located on the Clayton campus, Yulendj provides tutorial and study spaces for students, and a multi-purpose lounge.
We help students with:
- Applying for courses, scholarships and bursaries
- Advice on prerequisites / entry requirements
- Study resources
- Computer and internet access
- Student lounges
- Finding accommodation
- Referral to other services
Help for future students
Our recruitment officer attends career and education expos in Victoria and other states. They visit schools and communities to talk to Indigenous students about studying at Monash. For more information please see our schools and community outreach programs page.
We take supporting Indigenous students and their families seriously. We have several academic support programs in place to make sure students achieve their best and enjoy their time at University.
Our name - Yulendj
The Wurundjeri Tribal Land Council have given us approval to use the word Yulendj as the name of our Indigenous Engagement Unit. Yulendj comes from the Woiwurrung language and means 'sense, intelligence'.
Find us on campus
The Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit is located at 10 Ancora Imparo Way, Clayton campus .
Visit the Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit's facebook page.