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  • Add your Planner events into Google calendar

    20 February 2018

    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.

  • The Library welcomes all new students

    20 February 2018

    To help you get the most out of your time here at Monash, we've put together a Library Orientation Guide.

    No time for a Library tour? Take a virtual tour of the Sir Louis Matheson Library or the Caulfield Library.

  • Watch the security orientation videos

    19 February 2018

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

    Watch the security orientation video.

  • Travelling between campuses? Try the free shuttle bus service

    19 February 2018
    If you need to travel across multiple campuses for classes try catching the free shuttle bus.
    Clayton-Caulfield and Clayton-Peninsula services run regularly throughout the semester, with additional student-funded services running outside semester.
    Buses leave regularly from bays F and G at the Monash Transport Interchange.
    Check the service timetable for details.

  • Register for new bike arrival station

    19 February 2018

    The new Southern Precinct Bike Arrival Station (underneath the Learning and Teaching Building, 19 Ancora Imparo Way, Clayton campus) will open on Monday 26 February.

    • Register now.
    • If you’re already registered for the James Gormley Bike Arrival Station, we’ll automatically grant you access to this new station.

    Cycling is a healthy, invigorating and environmentally-friendly way to get to campus. And the Southern Precinct Bike Arrival Station will provide everything you need after a big bike ride:

    • secure undercover parking
    • showers
    • change rooms
    • toilet facilities
    • towel-drying lockers with lots of space to hang your clothes
    • a drinking fountain
    • DIY bike repair bay.

  • QUEER 101: LGBTIQ training 21-23 February

    19 February 2018

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

    Here are the upcoming training dates:


    • Wednesday 21 February
    • 1–3pm
    • CCD Seminar Room, Level 1, 21 Chancellors Walk, Western Extension, Clayton campus


    • Thursday 22 February
    • 3.30 – 5.30pm
    • Collaborative Learning Spaces, Level 1, Scott Building, Parkville campus


    • Friday 23 February
    • 1–3pm
    • John White Room (C110), Level 1, Building C, Caulfield campus

    For more details, go to LGBTIQ at Monash training.

  • Register for free workplace communications workshop

    12 February 2018
    Workplace Talk is a series of workshops aimed at improving your professional communication and employability skills.
    The three two-hour workshops will cover key skills such as:
    • Language to use in interviews
    • Communicating with your colleagues
    • Networking
    Workplace Talk is free for all Monash students but you must register.
    Sessions will be held at
    • Clayton from 5 March - 26 April
    • Caulfield from 12 March - 12 April
  • The King's Singers come to Monash

    9 February 2018

    Celebrating their 50th anniversary, The King’s Singers are on a world tour. And they’re coming to Monash for their only Victorian show.

    Their mesmerising a capella performance will traverse the group’s wide-ranging repertoire, taking you on a musical trip from the Renaissance to now.

    • Sunday 4 March
    • 2.30pm
    • Robert Blackwood Hall, 49 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton campus
    • Tickets $29 – $79
    • Book now.

    Acclaimed worldwide for their virtuosity, energy and heart-gripping harmonies, The King’s Singers are the recipients of two Grammy Awards, the Midem International Classical Award, and recent inductees into the Gramophone Hall of Fame.

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