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:
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. For more information »
Faces of ANU
Faces of ANU showcases glimpses of daily life at ANU as well as exciting academic achievements of students and staff alike. For more information>>
Griffin hall is a non-residental hall in ANU. It is open to all domestic, international, undergraduate and postgrduate students who are not members of ANU residential halls or other affiliates programs. For more information >>
Learning Communities (LC)
ANU learning communities are student led organisations dedicated to bring people together in areas of common interest. This program is open to everyone - you don't have to be studying at ANU to come along to LC events. For more information>>
Set4ANU is a fun, free program designed to prepare students to excel at The Australian National University through holistic support during the first semester orientation and transition period. Find out more about Set4ANU Mentoring Program and Student Experience Volunteers.
ANU First-Year Experience
The First-Year Experience (FYE) program is a new, research based, pilot program designed to support students from non-traditional backgrounds in their transition to ANU and through to successful completion of their first-year. The program aims to support identified students from regional, rural, remote and low socioeconomic areas, those who are first in their immediate family to attend university and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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Student Research Conference (SRC)
The ANU Student Research Conference is an opportunity for ANU coursework (undergraduate and postgraduate), and Honours and Masters (Advanced) students to share their research. For more information >>
STOMP pairs ANU students with refugee students from Dickson College to support them academically and personally.