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  • Global Innovation Challenge: Tuesday 14 March

    28 February 2017

    How do we use innovation to tackle challenges in a changing world? Join keynote speaker Monash Chancellor Simon McKeon AO and special guest judges to watch finalists pitch their ideas at the first Global Innovation Challenge.

    • Tuesday 14 March
    • Clayton campus
    • Refreshments provided
    • Book now.

    Following presentations, you’ll have a chance to meet the teams (the next generation of changemakers!) and special guests. At this networking session, you can also find out about how to get involved in innovation, sustainability and leadership on campus.

    The Global Innovation Challenge is presented by Career Connect and the Generator, as part of Summerfest and Careers Month.

  • Ride safe and lock your bike

    26 February 2017

    Always lock your bike! Avoid leaving your bike standing free and unattended even if it is just for a few minutes. Always lock the frame and both wheels to the bike rack and stay safe always wear a helmet!

    Read more about how Monash supports cyclists on campus.

  • Want to spend a semester in Italy? Check out our Pop-up Prato!

    20 February 2017

    We’re setting up a Pop-up Prato at the Clayton campus on Wednesday 1 March to celebrate all things Prato. Come hear about the Faculty of Arts Semester in Prato program from staff, as well as students who’ve studied at the Monash Prato Centre.

    Don’t miss your chance to find out how you can combine study and travel in this flexible and immersive 12-week program. Units run over 4-week blocks, and you don’t have to study in every one.

    You might even win a Lonely Planet Italian Phrasebook & Dictionary to help you get your Italian up to scratch before you go!

    Please email arts-study-tours@monash.edu if you have questions.

  • Get to know your Library

    19 February 2017

    Do you know that students who use the Library achieve better results than those who don’t?

    Use its collection of electronic and print resources, learning spaces and computers. Get discipline-specific advice from librarians and learning skills advisers at the Research and Learning point. Find out more about the Library services.

  • Are you rent smart? Looking for off campus housing

    19 February 2017

    Where do you start looking for off campus accommodation?

    You can start with our list of off campus accommodation providers. It includes student-friendly real estate agents and share-house accommodation providers.

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

  • 2017 transport and parking arrangements

    15 February 2017

    You can get to our campuses around Melbourne in many ways, but for the sake of the environment, your health and limited car spaces, consider public transport, cycling or walking before driving – and if you have to drive, consider carpooling and park on campus for less.

    Go to Transport and parking to find out more about your options.

  • Add your Planner events into your Google calendar

    13 February 2017

    If you’re just starting this semester, you should use the Orientation Planner to view all events on your campus and create your own event program. Once complete, you can add your events to your Google calendar.

  • QUEER 101 Greater understanding and empowerment for students

    9 February 2017

    Want a greater understanding of diverse genders and sexualities? And empowerment to make positive change in support of LGBTIQ people in your community?

    The Queer 101 training covers the basics of the LGBTIQ acronym. It explains the differences between sex, sexuality, and gender identity and expression. Additionally, this valuable training looks at some of the key issues faced by the LGBTIQ community.

    Here are the upcoming training dates:

    • Tuesday 7 March, 12.30 ­– 3.30pm (Caulfield)
    • Tuesday 21 March, 12.30 – 3.30pm (Clayton)

    For more details, go to LGBTIQ at Monash.

  • Allocate+ now open: check for timetable clashes and make changes

    6 February 2017

    Your semester one 2017 timetable is available on Allocate+ so you can now check for clashes and make final adjustments.

    It’s a good idea to do this early, as it’s first-come, first-serve during the adjustment mode.

    To find out how to resolve clashes, go to Adjust timeslots in Allocate+.

  • Watch security orientation video to win tablet/notebook

    4 February 2017

    Enter the competition by watching our security orientation video and completing a quick survey. You could win a tablet/notebook!

    Our security orientation video offers some tips and advice, not just for students coming to Monash for the first time, but also for returning student.

  • I’ve just got my M-Pass card, what do I need to do?

    2 February 2017

    Great, you don’t need to do anything with your M-Pass card until the start of semester.

    M-Pass is your new student ID card, soon it will replace your old ID card.

    Your M-Pass will be linked to an online account, so you can use it to:

    • add credit to pay for printing, copying and library fines (the library no longer accepts cash)
    • identify yourself on campus and at exams
    • borrow books etc. from the library
    • access secure buildings.

    Transition period

    There will be a transition period between Jan - Mar 2017, when you'll need to carry two ID cards:

    • your current black/white ID card for building access
    • and your new M-Pass for printing.

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