Uni life

There’s more to uni than studying. Learn how you can connect with new people through events, sports, volunteering opportunities, and more.

There's more to university than study. It should be an unforgettable experience that changes the way you see the world. That's why we encourage you to explore beyond the classroom and take part in the social opportunities on offer. You can connect with new people through events, sports, volunteering opportunities, and more.

Our campuses

Our university has campuses in the three distinct regions of Tasmania: Hobart in the south, Launceston in the north and Burnie in the north-west. We also have two campuses in Sydney.

Each campus is home to a thriving student community, with loads of events and social opportunities to engage with.

Learn more about each campus

Accommodation

We have a range of on-campus accommodation available to students. From self-contained apartments, shared apartments and communal living colleges, there's something for everyone.

All of our accommodation is in high demand, so now is a good time to consider your options.

Explore our accommodation

Clubs and Societies

Clubs and Societies play a vital role in campus life. You can meet students with similar interests and make the most of your time outside of study.

During Orientation Week, we host society days where you can learn all about what each club and society has to offer. If you can’t make it to O Week, don't worry – you can sign up anytime.

Join a Club or Society

Where study meets sustainability

Working together, we’ve become certified carbon neutral, divested from fossil fuels, and are recognised as the world's leading university on climate action.

We see sustainability as an opportunity across everything we do at our university, so there’s many ways to explore your passion for sustainability beyond what you study.

Learn more about sustainability

Support and wellbeing

Study can sometimes be stressful, but we're here to help. Our support services include:

  • health and wellbeing,
  • study skills development,
  • career guidance, and
  • your adjustment to uni life.
Learn more about support options

More ways to get involved