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  • Power outage in Building H at Caulfield this Sunday morning

    24 May 2017

    There will be no electricity throughout Building H at Caulfield campus on Sunday 28 May between 7am and noon. If you normally use the Building H postgraduate lounge or basement study spaces, you'll need to make other arrangements during this time.

    The planned outage is necessary to carry out works related to the Monash Business School Refurbishment Project. We’ve scheduled this on the weekend to minimise the impact on students and staff.

    We apologise for the inconvenience.

  • Security safety video library

    21 May 2017

    Our Security and Safety video library provides heaps of tips on ways to keep safe on and off campus.

  • Clayton southern precinct landscaping will limit access

    15 May 2017

    Major landscaping works between the Learning and Teaching Building and the Menzies Building at Clayton campus begins today. These works will proceed in four stages until the start of the 2018 academic year. To minimise inconvenience, the main disruption will be confined to Stage 2.

    Here’s what to expect during Stage 1 (Monday 15 May – Friday 23 June) and Stage 2 (Saturday 24 June – Sunday 16 July):

    • Access to the Menzies Building and the Law Building will be limited. Follow the pedestrian signs to find your way around the works.
    • All emergency exit routes from the Menzies Building will stay the same.
    • The Rainforest Walk will be your best route to the Campus Centre from the southern end of the campus.
    • During Stage 1, if you’re coming from the south-east car parks, use the north entrance of the Menzies Building. From the Transport Interchange, use the south entrance.
    • During Stage 2, only the north entrance of the Menzies Building will remain open. If you’re driving, you may find it more convenient to use the N1 carpark and then make your way along the Rainforest Walk.

    Keep an eye out for July updates on Stage 3 (Monday 17 July to Wednesday 15 November) and Stage 4 (Thursday 16 November to Saturday 24 February).

  • Now you can park smart at Clayton

    12 May 2017

    Thanks to smart parking technology, finding a space at Clayton has just become a whole lot easier. We’ve now installed new digital signage at all multi-level car parks, roundabouts and intersections across campus.

    The new signage displays real-time data on the number of available permit and visitor parking spaces. This will improve traffic flow by letting you know where you can park in the direction you’re driving. Simply follow the coloured dot that matches your permit type.

    In the N1 multi-level car park, make sure to keep an eye out for bay sensors above each car space indicating empty spots, as well as the digital directional signage on each level. Park smart.

    For updates, go to Changes to parking at Clayton.

  • Unlock your leadership potential with the Ancora Imparo Program

    11 May 2017

    Want to make the world a better place? Lead the way. Gain the skills you need through the 2018 Vice-Chancellor's Ancora Imparo Leadership Program.

    • The program is available only to second-year undergraduates at a Monash University Victorian campus.
    • If you’ll be in second year in 2018, apply now for the program beginning next year.

    As a participant, you’ll explore challenges and opportunities for leadership in the 21st century. And you’ll engage with some of Australia’s most influential leaders in business, politics, sport, public service, education, health, law, and the arts.

  • Are you rent smart? Breaking your lease

    8 May 2017

    If you need to break your lease before the end of the contract date, what do you?

    • Check your contract.
    • Give the proper notice period in writing.
    • If it is a fixed term contract, you will be liable to pay the remainder of the lease unless you find someone to replace you.
    • Notice to vacate, what it means.

    Visit the off-campus accommodation or Rent-Smart websites for more help with rights and responsibilities and living off campus.

  • Make the most of your winter break – go on an AIESEC exchange!

    8 May 2017

    Don’t stay at home and hibernate this winter. Do something meaningful and exciting as an AIESEC overseas volunteer.

    Through the six-week AIESEC exchange program, you can explore Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines, India, Peru, Poland or Hungary. And make a positive impact on the world.

  • Share with others through Google Circles

    1 May 2017

    Google+ adds social networking to your other Google services.

    Share your thoughts, ideas, photos etc. with your family, friends and classmates. Use circles to share what you want with who you want. Find people and create circles.

    This is an opt-in service, find out how to sign-up.

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