Hoping to make a great start at University? Get involved in all the great Orientation activities on offer!

2018 O-Week Schedule

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Date Time Event Venue
Mon 22 Jan Tue 23 Jan
  School of Medicine Orientation
Attendance is compulsory for all new Medicine students.
Mon 5 Feb - Fri 9 Feb
  School of Nursing Science Workshop
Brush up on introductory science before semester begins (optional for all new Nursing students). For more information please email sydney.nursing@nd.edu.au
Tue 13 Feb
  School of Nursing Orientation
Attendance is compulsory for all new Nursing students.
Tue 13 Feb
  The Darlinghurst Welcome Back BBQ
All staff and students welcome.
Mon 19 Feb
  ENAB0100 - Learning for University commences
Attendance is compulsory for all new Tertiary Pathway Program students. For more information please email sydney.aesc@nd.edu.au
Mon 19 Feb
  School of Business Introductory Workshop commences
Attendance is compulsory for all new Business students. For more information please email sydney.business@nd.edu.au
Mon 19 Feb4:00pm - 6:00pm
  Social Orientation Sundowner
Open to research, postgraduate, graduate and mature aged undergraduate students. Partners and children are also welcome.
Tue 20 Feb10:30am - 12:00pm
  Law Society Welcome to the School of Law Morning Tea
Meet the Law Society, students and staff over morning tea. Attendance is highly recommended for all new Law students.
Tue 20 Feb1:00pm - 2:00pm
  Mentoring Program Link-up Lunch
Open to all students registered in the Mentoring Program.
Wed 21 Feb 9:00am
  Sydney Campus Orientation Day
Join us for a day of entertainment, clubs and activity sign-ups and all the information you need to be ready for semester.
Attendance is strongly recommended for all new students and compulsory for all new International and Study Abroad students.
Wed 21 Feb1:30pm - 2:30pm
  Welcome to the School of Education
As part of the Sydney Campus Orientation Day, Education students are encouraged to attend this session where they will learn about the many opportunities for global learning experiences available to them.
Attendance is highly recommended for all new Education students.
Wed 21 Feb  
  Higher Degree by Research Student Orientation
Attendance is compulsory for all new Higher Degree by Research students. For more information please email sydney.research@nd.edu.au
Thu 22 Feb 
  School of Philosophy & Theology lunch co-hosted by Chaplaincy
Come and meet students from the School of Philosophy & Theology and engage in lively discussion over lunch.
Thu 22 Feb10.30 am – 12.30 pm
  Student Leadership at Notre Dame
Come and learn about student leadership opportunities at Notre Dame, and participate in activities with student leaders. Lunch is included. Attendance is recommended for early offer recipients.
Thu 22 – Fri 23 Feb10.30 am – 12.30 pm
  School of Arts and Sciences - UNDA Theatre
UNDA Theatre presents a collection of Australian monologues during O week at The University of Notre Dame, Sydney. This Showcase is a taste of what's in store for UNDA in 2018 and also opening up the society to new comers! Book tickets here.
Fri 23 Feb  
  Know Your Hood
Take off on a tour of the happening spots around the Chippendale, Glebe and Ultimo area. Led by current students, the tour includes where to get deals, spots to hang out, and believe it or not, places to access and grab study essentials! This will also be a great opportunity to meet fellow students. Meet in the Broadway courtyard. Packed lunch is included.
Fri 23 Feb  
  Orientation Camp 2018
This event has been designed specifically for students new to Notre Dame. It will take place in the Royal National Park, about 90 minutes south of Sydney. The camp will provide you with an opportunity to meet and engage with other first year students, participate in a fun two day program packed with activities, and experience social justice initiatives which are an important element of the Notre Dame experience. Orientation Camp will help you find your feet at Notre Dame and to gain a better understanding of the Notre Dame community you are now a part of.
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