Orientation is the perfect time to get acquainted with your University campus, setup your student services and permits, find help enrolling in your subjects, and meet your fellow students at a variety of fun events. 

Over two weeks (July 8 - July 21) we will host a variety of events, activities and information sessions to help you on your way to a successful future. 

1. Campus tours

When you’re just starting uni, it can be tricky to know exactly where your classes are going to be and where to find facilities like cafes and study spaces. Joining one of our campus tours will help you get familiar with where things are at the University.

2. Food and drink

Keep your energy up for Orientation with BBQs, welcome breakfasts and the Winter Feast,   – to name just a few options.We'll also have our cafes and restaurants open. Check the full Orientation program to plan your snacking!

3. Library sessions

Get a head start on your semester with a tour or information session at your campus’ library. This is a great opportunity to learn about what resources and services are available to help make the most of your time studying. 

4. Enjoy some cultural events

There will be a NAIDOC BBQ and Lecture at our Riawuna Centre and a community panel discussion at our Cradle Coast campus on what a treaty is and what it means for Aboriginal people.

5. Concerts, quizzes, and celebrations

There's a Garden Party celebration and a Christmas in July Hobart (check the TUU Facebook page),  a NAIDOC BBQ and Lecture at our Riawuna Centre and an epic Winter Feast at Newnham. At the Cradle Coast campus there will be a TUU Welcome Breakfast AND Welcome BBQ lunch. 

View the full Orientation program to check what activities are happening on your campus.