Are you a remote student that has been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis? Please refer to the Semester 2, 2021 CRS/CRN for more information.
We know it's not easy being away from campus so we've created this page of advice and opportunities to connect in with the ANU community when you can't be there in person. This page will continue to evolve as we get feedback from more students studying remotely on what would be useful for us to include here, if you have any thoughts feel free to send us an email.
Connect with other ANU students
There are lots of great ways to connect with other ANU students while you're studying remotely with a few suggestions outlined here.
English conversation groups - Run by peer facilitators through Academic Skills this relxaed group is a great way for students to practice their English language skills. Online Zoom sessions run on 3 different days each week.
Summer Activities - if you are looking to stay connected to ANU during the December 2021 and January 2022, take a look at virtual and in-person social activities happening during the break.
ANUSA is working hard on events and activities to help students meet new people and connect. Check out the following groups and pages to find something you may be interested in.
We'll be regularly adding events on the ANU Student Events page so can see upcoming events for students. The kind of events that have been run to date are games nights, study sessions, movie and karaoke nights and photography competitions. Keep checking the page for updates.
Resources and support
Register as a remote student to be kept up to date on events, information and advice for students who are studying outside of Canberra.
The Reach out for support page has information about how to connect in with University services for virtual support on academics, wellbeing and more.
Time zone calculator - easy to use tool to work out when events are happening and assessments are due in your local time zone.
Information for international students return to Australia
The Australian Government has removed international border restrictions and quarantine requirements for international students that are fully vaccinated with a TGA-approved or recognised vaccine and hold a valid student (subclass 500) visa to enter Australia. Please refer to the COVID pathway to 2022 page for more information.
Page last updated: 26/11/2021