Engagement and Success

The Engagement and Success team provides a range of programs and services to enable you to learn and grow intellectually, socially and professionally during your time at ANU. Our programs cater to various student life-cycle. We undertake activities and provide resources that support orientation and transition, extra-curricular enrichment, leadership and community building for all students. Our programs and services include:


Volunteering and Skill Development with ANU+

ANU+ is a program that formally recognises your experience and contribution achieved through volunteering. This program is open to all ANU undergraduate and postgraduate students at any time in your degree.   

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Mentoring Program with SET4ANU 

SET4ANU is a free orientation program designed to assist new students make the transition to life at ANU. Students who sign up for the program are assigned a later-year student volunteer who will help ease new students into their first few weeks of life at ANU

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Rural, Remote and Non-traditional Background Community 

ANU First-Year Experience is a program designed to support students from non-traditional backgrounds in their transition to ANU. Eligible students are automatically invited to join the program. If you believe that you are eligible but have not received an invitation, please email the team. 

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Student wellbeing and support

Your wellbeing is our priority! ANU Thrive provides a range of free health promotional programs designed to enhance students’ capacity, to support their wellbeing and enrich their student experience, including peer-to-peer wellbeing consults and regular community initiatives.

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STOMP: Mentor Students from Refugee background

In collaboration with Dickson College, STOMP pairs up a student mentor from ANU with a student from Dickson college with refugee status. Make a difference and learn more here: 

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Faces of ANU 

Faces of ANU showcases glimpses of daily life at ANU as well as exciting academic achievements of students and staff alike. Students with a strong interest in writing and communications can apply to volunteer for Faces of ANU. Guidance and support will be provided. 

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The ANU Student Research Conference (SRC) is the Australian National University’s annual undergraduate, honours and Masters by coursework research conference.

Our teams & contacts


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Engagement and Success 
ANU Arrivals - COVID-19 Pathway 
Faces of ANU  
First Year Experience 
Set4ANU Mentoring 
STOMP Mentoring  
Student Research Conference (SRC) 
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