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Get social

To help you stay connected, we’ve developed a range of resources and platforms.

  • Stay connected

    Stay connected is your dedicated social hub, bringing you all the events, competitions and activities you could wish for while studying online.

  • aMigo

    aMigo is a social platform that helps students make connections and build relationships within the Monash community.

  • Non-residential colleges

    Don't live on campus but want to join a college? Our non-residential colleges provide you with the opportunity to enhance your student experience if you’re living off campus or studying online.

New students

If you’re a first-year student, there are plenty of resources to help you ease into university life and support you with your studies.

Facebook Page for new students New to Monash in 2022? Join the New to Monash Uni 2022 Facebook group to help you connect with other new students, settle into your new learning environment and feel a part of the Monash community.

Peer MentoringAs a first-year student, you'll be paired with a peer mentor from your faculty. Your mentor will share tips and advice about studying at Monash, and support you in making the most out of your first year here.

Student associations

Monash graduates (MGA)
Monash Graduate Association (MGA) is an independent, non-for-profit association managed by graduate students to represent, inspire and support the Monash University graduate community (including graduate research and coursework students).

Throughout the year, MGA organises social events, free lunches, off-campus trips and activities for graduate students. Most events are free of charge but if there is a fee, MGA will subsidise the cost for Monash graduate students. Check out what’s on at MGA and mark your diaries!

Monash undergraduate student associations
Our student associations provide discounts, services, publications, social activities, clubs and societies, student leadership opportunities, and representation on academic affairs for students studying at all Monash campuses:

For a full list of associations, see student associations.

As well as the opportunities provided by student associations, there are lots of student-run clubs, societies and groups that you can join – it's a great way to find like-minded students with similar interests. Check out our clubs, societies and groups page for more information.

Contact us for further information

For all your questions and for support, contact our friendly team at Monash Connect.