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Academic support

There are a number of types of academic support provided to make the student learning experience easier, more effective, and enjoyable.

  • + City campus - Academic support

    • + Special Needs Room - City Campus Library (CB05A.2.15 Map

      Entry Level (Level 2 - next to the lift), City Campus Library.

      Set up to cater for students with special needs, this room has several computers with a range of specialised software and applications, for example Kurzweil and Dragon.

    • + Graduate Research School (GRS) - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


      Tower, Building 1, Level 7 (CB01.07)

      The University Graduate School (UGS) focuses on the development of research learning communities, which are not limited by field of study or methodological approach, and which encourage the development of scholarly relationships from the sharing of knowledge and the practice of skills. UGS promotes innovation and excellence in research education.

      UGS assists future postgraduate research students, and current postgraduate research students with their queries.

      w: http://www.gradschool.uts.edu.au/

    • + HELPS Centre - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


      Tower, Building 1, Level 3 (CB01.03)

      Higher Education Language & Presentation Support (HELPS) is dedicated to provide English language and academic literacy support to UTS students via free non-credit programs and services.

      For more information visit the HELPS website

    • + Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning Services - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


       

      Tower, Building 1, Level 06, Room 06.08 (CB01.06.08)

      Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning is a central meeting place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at UTS. Jumbunna provides cultural and academic support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at UTS. Jumbunna also promotes Australian Indigenous culture, history and philosophy across the university, and nurtures and develops Indigenous research and Indigenous researchers. In addition, Jumbunna undertakes research into matters of significance to Indigenous communities.

      w: http://www.jumbunna.uts.edu.au/

    • + Audio Visual Services (AVS) - Building 2 (CB02) Map


      Building 2, Level 4, Room 28 (CB02.04.28)

      Audio Visual Services (AVS) provide Audio Visual presentation equipment for use in UTS teaching and learning spaces. There is a range of portable equipment available in addition to the permanently installed facilities in many classrooms and lecture theatres.

      If you use AV equipment in class, or have a special presentation coming up, you can contact AVS to arrange the equipment and technical support to assist you.

      For more information visit AVS.

    • + Co-op Bookshop - Building 3 (CB03) Map


      3 Broadway (Cnr of Broadway and Harris Street), Broadway, NSW 2007

      The Co-op Bookshop stocks prescribed textbooks on students reading lists, as well as a large range of general books and computer software. The City Campus branch also sells Apple computers and iPods.

      Visit  the Co-op Bookshop website and become a life-long Co-Op Bookshop member for $20. You will receive discounts on every purchase made online, through mail-order, or in person.

    • + IT Support Centre - Building 5, Block C (CB05C) Map


      Building 5, Block C, Level 1, Room 141 (CB05C.01.141)

      Semester Opening Hours:

      Monday to Friday                             9:00 am – 9:30 am

      p: x 2222 or (02) 9514 2222 (off Campus).

      If you require assistance with General Access Computing Labs, Internet Kiosks or Computer Lounges or information on Macintosh, PC or Unix facilities, visit your nearest IT Support Centre. For further information, search the Service Desk Knowledge Base.

    • + Audio Visual Services (AVS) - Building 5, Block D (CB05D) Map


      Building 5, Block D, Level 1, Room 3 (CB05D.01.03)

      Audio Visual Services (AVS) provide Audio Visual presentation equipment for use in UTS teaching and learning spaces. There is a range of portable equipment available in addition to the permanently installed facilities in many classrooms and lecture theatres.

      If you use AV equipment in class, or have a special presentation coming up, you can contact AVS to arrange the equipment and technical support to assist you.

      For more information visit AVS.

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Computing and printing facilities

Computing facilities are available to UTS staff and students for academic teaching, coursework, learning and research. Many of the labs are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Every UTS lab has a 15-minute express machine, at least one colour scanner, access to a laser printer, and an internal phone.

So no matter where you are studying at UTS, you will have access to the up-to-date technology and software needed to effectively and efficiently undertake your studies. The general access computer labs are based on two different computer platforms – Mac OS and Windows.

You will need your UTS Student/ID Card with you at all times when using the computing facilities.

The Service Desk Knowledge Base contains useful information relating to making effective use of the Resource Centre. This includes colour scanning, and burning information to CDs and DVDs.

Please note: All PCs within UTS general access computing facilities need to close down for maintenance every two days. For more information regarding these maintenance times please contact the IT Support Centre on (02) 9514 2222 (from a mobile or off campus), or dial x 2222 (from a UTS phone). If you require further assistance visit the UTS Service Desk.

Printing at these computing facilities

Each of the computing facilities makes printing equipment available to staff and students, with some offering both black and white and colour printing.  The Resource Centre in Building 2, Level 3, Room 11 (CB01.03.11) offers a variety of do-it-yourself printing services to the UTS community.

Further information on printing services

  • + City campus - Computing and printing facilities

    • + Computing and printing facilities - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


      Tower, Building 1, Level 5 (CB01.05)

      Level 5 boasts a 42 PC lounge open 24 hours, Monday-Sunday.

    • + Computing and printing facilities - Building 4, Science (CB04) Map


      Building 4, Level 3 (CB04.03)

      All of the computer labs in Building 4 are open from 7am-10pm, Monday - Friday. The computer labs all feature PCs and are located on Level 3 (Rooms 4.325a, 4.325b, 4.338, 4.3).

    • + Computing and printing facilities - Peter Johnson Building, Building 6 (CB06) Map

          
      Peter Johnson Building, Building 6, Levels 2, 3 and 5 (CB06.02, CB06.03 and CB06.05)

      There are two Mac Kiosk labs on Levels 2 and 5 (Rooms 6.2 and 6.5), open from 7am-10pm, Monday - Friday. On Level 2 there is also a PC lab in Room 6.213, which is open from 8am-10pm, Monday - Friday.

      On Level 3 there is a new computer facility called 'The Lab', consisting of six general teaching computing labs, including a postgraduate lab, a quiet study area, and study breakout areas for students. There is also a Digital Imaging Centre in the facility.

    • + Computing and printing facilities - Building 10 (CB10) Map


      Building 10, Level 2 (CB10.02)

      On Level 2 there is a lab (Room 10.2) with a mixture of PCs and iMacs, open from 7am-10pm, Monday-Friday.

    • + Computing and printing facilities - Building 5, Block A (CB05A) Map

       
      Building 5, Block A, Level 1 (CB05A.01)

      There are computers and printing facilities in the new teaching and learning space on Level 1, Block A, Building 5. This space is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for all staff and students.

    • + Computing and printing facilities - Building 5, Block A (CB05A); Blake Library Map


      Building 5, Block A, all levels (CB05A)

      Dependant on the Blake Library opening hours, the following computer labs are available.

      On Level 2, there are two PC labs in Rooms A2.13 and A2.49. Level 2 also features more than 100 PCs scattered around the desks.

      Level 3 also has more than 20 PCs on the Level and 7 Mac Internet Kiosks, as well as the labs A3.23 and A3.31. Similarly, Levels 4 and 5 have PCs, with Level 4 also including lab A4.07 and A4.10.

      Group study rooms throughout the library also include PCs.

    • + Computing and printing facilities - Building 5, Block C (CB05C) Map


      Building 5, Block C, Level 1 (CB05C.01)

      Each of the computers in Block C are available 24 hours a day, Monday-Sunday.

      Block C has six computer labs, each boasting 21 PCs, on Level 1 (Rooms C1.23, C1.24, C1.25, C1.26, C1.27, C1.28).

      Block C also has a PC Kiosk on Level 1 and a PC Lounge in Room C1.41 available for staff and students.

    • + Computing and printing facilities - Building 5, Block D (CB05D) Map


      Building 5, Block D, Level 1 (CB05D.01)

      The computer labs in Block D, Level 1, are available during Block D opening hours (Monday-Friday, 7:30am-10pm), and each has PC computers (Rooms D1.13, D1.16).

    • + IT Support Centre - Building 5, Block C (CB05C) Map


      Building 5, Block C, Level 1, Room 141 (CB05C.01.141)

      Semester Opening Hours:

      Monday to Friday                             9:00 am – 9:30 am

      p: x 2222 or (02) 9514 2222 (off Campus).

      If you require assistance with General Access Computing Labs, Internet Kiosks or Computer Lounges or information on Macintosh, PC or Unix facilities, visit your nearest IT Support Centre. For further information, search the Service Desk Knowledge Base.

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WiFi access

The UTS wireless network allows students and staff to access the UTS network, including the UTS website, UTS online resources and the internet, for work or educational purposes. All you need is a wireless-ready laptop or PDA with the appropriate software and drivers installed.

Wireless access is available in multiple locations on the City campus, including public spaces, to maximise coverage and convenience when undertaking study or research.

This map provides a list of all known public space wireless networks and the 'Hotspot Locations' receiving the strongest WiFi connectivity on your laptop computer. WiFi is also available in a large majority of classrooms, study areas and lecture theatres.

For full details of all 'Hotspot Locations' visit UTS Wireless and UTS-WPA Hotspots/Locations.

For more information, including how to login to access the wireless network, visit the UTS Wireless Networks website.

  • + City campus - WiFi access

    • + WiFi access - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) WPA hotspot locations, public spaces Map

       

      Location Description
      CB01.03a Open Spaces
      CB01.03 Union Cafeteria
      CB01.03 Union Cafe
      CB01.03 Open Spaces
      CB01.04 Open Spaces
      CB01.04a Open Spaces
      CB01.05 Open Spaces
    • + WiFi access - Bon Marche, Building 3 (CB03) WPA hotspot locations, public spaces Map
      Location Description
      CB03.03.336 Computer Laboratory, Teaching Space
      CB03.03.327 Classroom, Teaching Space
      CB03.03.433 Computer Laboratory, Teaching Space
      CB03.03.439 Computer Laboratory, Teaching Space
    • + WiFi access - Building 4, Science (CB04) WPA hotspot locations, public spaces Map
      Location Description
      CB04.02.CR02 Building 4, Level 2 Open Space
      CB04.02 Open Space Outside University Hall
      CB04.03.CR03 Building 4, Level 3 Open Space
      CB04.04.CR04 Building 4, Level 4 Open Space
      CB04.05.CRO5 Building 4, Level 5 Open Space
    • + WiFi access - Peter Johnson Building, Building 6 (CB06) WPA hotspot locations, public spaces Map
      Location Description
      CB06.02 Open Spaces
      CB06.03 Open Spaces
      CB06.04 DAB Cafe
      CB06.04 Open Spaces
      CB06.05.40 Open Spaces
      CB06.06.73 Open Spaces
      CB06.07 Open Spaces
    • + WiFi access - The Loft, Building 9 (CB09) WPA hotspot locations, public spaces Map

      WiFi access available upstairs, downstairs, and in outside area.

    • + WiFi access - Haymarket, Building 5 (CB05) WPA hotspot locations, public spaces Map
      Location Description
      CB05A Blake Library – most floors
      CB05A.01 Study areas
      CB05B.01 Study areas
      Outside CB05B.01.08 Public Space
      CB05B.01.11 Atrium Area Outside Lecture Theatre
      CB05B.02.31 Law Board Room and Area Outside
      CB05B.03.03 Area Outside Law Information Office and including Trial Courts CB05B.03.15 and .16
      Outside CB05C.01.26 Student Open Space
      Outside CB05C.01.20 Student Open Space
      Outside CB05C.02.40 Student Open Space
      Outside CB05B.01/CB05C.01 Courtyard

       

    • + UTS Library, Building 5, Block A (CB05A) Map

      UTS Library exterior  
      Building 5, Block A (CB05A)
      Corner Quay Street and Ultimo Road, Haymarket, NSW 2000

      UTS Library provides a mix of spaces to best meet your study and research needs. Levels 2 and 3 have seating to encourage collaboration and group discussion. Level 4 is a quiet floor and level 5 is silent, with noise kept to a minimum and students working individually. Individual and group study rooms are bookable.

      Opening Hours (Please check the Library website)


      p: (02) 9514 3666
      w: http://www.lib.uts.edu.au/

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Study areas

UTS is constantly providing new group learning and informal study spaces to support the university’s new approach to teaching and learning on campus. These public spaces enable staff and students to undertake both individual and group work.

The university’s study areas reflect the UTS City Campus Master Plan concept of a ‘sticky campus’, in which students and staff are empowered to share knowledge and access resources in both formal and informal environments.

Most of these study areas provide students with wireless connectivity, as well as access to power.

  • + City campus - Study areas

    • + Informal learning space - Building 11 (CB11.B1) Map

      Informal learning space, Building 11, level B1
      Building 11, level B1 (CB11.B1)

      To find this versatile student space, take the escalator from the Jones St entry down to level B1. Open to students from across UTS, this space features three collaborative study pods (one with AV), private booths, long padded benches and a kitchenette with bar-style seating, making it suitable for a range of informal learning and social activities.

    • + Study areas - Mathematics and ICT Study Centre (CB01.16.15) Map


      Tower, Building 1, Level 16, Room 15 (CB01.16.15)

      The Mathematics and ICT Study Centre offers free assistance with mathematics, statistics, and basic computing to students from all faculties. The centre can also assist students with common computing packages such as word-processing, spreadsheets, presentation managers, Mathematica, Minitab, and SPSS.

      w: www.science.uts.edu.au/facilities/centre/maths.html

    • + Study areas - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


      Tower, Building 1, Levels 3A, 4 and 5 (CB01.03A, CB01.04 and CB01.05)

      Level 3A offers casual seating, lounge, and table areas for students.
      Level 4 includes various tables and casual seating arrangements for students to undergo group and individual study. Level 5 features a long table with WiFi connectivity for all students.
       

    • + Study areas - Building 10 (CB10); FEIT students only Map

         
      Building 10, Levels 2, 3 and 4 (CB10.02, CB10.03 and CB10.04)

      Levels 2, 3 and 4 of Building 10 provide FEIT students with computing facilities and teaching laboratories, as well as break-out study areas. This gives students the software and information they need for their subjects and the services to communicate and collaborate with their peers. They also enable individuals to have time on their own.

      All break-out study areas have access to the wireless network and many, particularly the breakout rooms, have whiteboards, wired access, and power. Breakout rooms can be booked and are suited for groups wanting a private meeting space, while the atrium lounge and table areas are more casual and social spaces.

    • + Study areas - Building 5, Block A (CB05A) Map


      Building 5, Block A, Level 1 (CB05A.01)

      Level 1 features flexible environments for informal learning and group collaboration (the 'sandpit'), new and improved spaces to relax or study (the 'sunroom'), and outdoor spaces complete with power access (the 'shed'). The study area also includes SMART boards, wi-fi, plasma screens, and plenty of power facilities.
      Student can book some of the group and individual study rooms here.

    • + Study areas - Building 5, Block B (CB05B) Map


      Building 5, Block B, Level 1 (CB05B.01)

      Level 1 features a dedicated workbench with data connections and wi-fi for laptop computers, as well as group study booths. The outdoor courtyard also has seating and tables, with power facilities throughout.

    • + Study areas - Building 5, Block C (CB05C) Map


      Building 5, Block C, Levels 1 and 2 (CB05C.01 and CB05C.02)

      Level 1 has been re-organised into a series of ‘study lounges’ along with a dedicated workbench with data connections and WiFi for laptop computers.

      Level 2 includes flexible group study areas, with breakout tables and chairs to encourage group-based learning, as well as individual work. Block C also includes breakout tables with PCs and various computer labs for all students.

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Student support services

While you're at university, you have to juggle study, work, home, finances and your personal life. UTS student services are designed to help you with difficulties you may encounter managing your studies at UTS, and associated issues.

  • + City campus - Student support services

    • + Multi-Faith Chaplaincy (CB01) Map

      Building 1, Level 3, Room 16E (CB01.03.16E) - area is along from the level 3 Food Court

      The chaplains have been invited by the University of Technology, Sydney to assist in the personal and spiritual growth of members of the University community and to foster an understanding of and appreciation for the diverse religious and spiritual life of the University community.

      http://www.ssu.uts.edu.au/chaplaincy/index.html

    • + Parents room - Building 7 (CB07) Map

      Building 7 (Vicki Sara Building), Level 3, Room 027

      A parents room is available for staff, students and the UTS community in Building 7.
       
      Parents/baby-care rooms provide facilities for female and male carers of infants or young children, as well as for breastfeeding mothers. At UTS, these rooms offer a change table, sink and curtained area with a comfortable chair.
    • + Parents room - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      Tower, Building 1, Level 5, Room 5B (CB01.05.05B)

      There is a parents room available for staff, students and the UTS community in Tower, Building 1.

      Parents/baby care rooms provide facilities for female and male carers of infants or young children as well as for breastfeeding mothers. At UTS these rooms have a change table, sink and curtained area with a comfortable chair.


      Additional search terms to help you find this page:
      parent’s room parents' room parents room babies baby’s change changing breast feeding children’s care baby room babycare parents room child care

    • + Careers Service, Student Services Unit (SSU) - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      Tower, Building 1, Level 4, Room 13 (CB01.04.13)

      Postal Address: UTS Careers
      University of Technology, Sydney
      Po Box 123, Broadway, NSW
      2007


      The Careers Service works closely with graduate recruiters and faculties to facilitate programs and events that equip UTS students with key employability skills, as well as the knowledge and the confidence vital for success.

      We offer career consulting and helpful advice assistance in finding work opportunities. Our career development services includes:

      • Drop-in Consultations
      • Career Consultations
      • Work-ready programs
      • Planning resources
      • Job-search strategies and events
      • Help with resumes, applications and interviews.

      w: careers.uts.edu.au

    • + Central Services - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      Tower, Building 1, Level 2, Room 6 (CB01.02.06)

      The Central Services team at UTS provides constant, reliable services for staff and students for shuttle bus travel, mail delivery, furniture setups for events and classrooms and cleaning services at both campuses, as well as managing the University’s assets.

      Services:

    • + Financial Assistance, Student Services Unit (SSU) - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      Financial Assistance
      Tower, Building 1, Level 6 (CB01.06)

      Postal Address: Student Services Unit
      University of Technology, Sydney
      Po Box 123, Broadway, NSW 2007

      The financial assistance service can assist you with practical and financial aspects of life at university.

      Financial assistance offers a 'near immediate' financial assistance service, with a two week application process on student loans to eligible local and international students experiencing short term financial difficulties.

      w: http://www.ssu.uts.edu.au/fassist/

    • + Housing Service, Student Services Unit (SSU) - Peter Johnson Building, Building 6 (CB06) Map


      Peter Johnson Building, Building 6, Level 2 (CB06.02)
      Entry via Ultimo Pedestrian Network (UPN)

      Postal Address: Student Services Unit
      University of Technology, Sydney
      Po Box 123, Broadway, NSW
      2007

      Directions from Tower, Building 1 (CB01):

      • Enter the UTS Tower, Building 1 (CB01) from Broadway
      • Turn right at the security booth and follow the footbridge across to Peter Johnson Building, Building 6 (CB06)
      • Walk through the DAB cafe and out the glass sliding door
      • Walk down the stairs and enter the UTS Housing office via the Ultimo Pedestrian Network (UPN)

      The Housing service provides a range of accommodation services for UTS students, staff, and visitors, all conveniently located near the City Campuses.

      These include information and assistance on UTS student residences and a range of short to long-term private accommodation options, as well as useful information and links on renting advice and public transportation options.

      w: http://www.housing.uts.edu.au/

    • + Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning Services - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


       

      Tower, Building 1, Level 06, Room 06.08 (CB01.06.08)

      Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning is a central meeting place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at UTS. Jumbunna provides cultural and academic support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at UTS. Jumbunna also promotes Australian Indigenous culture, history and philosophy across the university, and nurtures and develops Indigenous research and Indigenous researchers. In addition, Jumbunna undertakes research into matters of significance to Indigenous communities.

      w: http://www.jumbunna.uts.edu.au/

    • + Peer Learning and Social Networking Programs, Student Services Unit (SSU) - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      Peer Learning and Social Networking Programs
      Tower, Building 1, Level 3A (CB01.03A)

      Postal Address: Student Services Unit
      University of Technology, Sydney
      Po Box 123, Broadway, NSW 2007


      Students can visit the Peer Learning and Social Networking Programs Office for assistance with their subjects at UTS by other students. Social Networking Programs are also promoted throughout the office for students interested in networking throughout UTS.

    • + Special Needs, Student Services Unit (SSU) - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


      Tower, Building 1, Level 6 (CB01.06)

      Postal Address: Student Services Unit
      University of Technology, Sydney
      Po Box 123, Broadway, NSW 2007


      Disability services officers are the central point of contact for students with disabilities and ongoing illnesses, as well as students admitted through the inpUTS Educational Access Scheme and special admission schemes, and provide a range of services, including:

      w: http://www.ssu.uts.edu.au/sneeds/

    • + U: Pass - UTS Peer Assisted Study Success, Student Services Unit (SSU) - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      U: Pass
      Tower, Building 1, Level 6, Room 14 (CB01.06.14)

      Postal Address: Student Services Unit
      University of Technology, Sydney
      Po Box 123, Broadway, NSW
      2007

      U:PASS is a program run by the Student Services Unit designed to assist students who are studying subjects which are perceived as difficult or historically have a high failure rate. See the current list of subjects being offered.

      w: http://www.ssu.uts.edu.au/peerlearning/

    • + UTS Union head office - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      Tower, Building 1, Level 6 (CB01.06)

      UTS Union provides a range of non-academic services and facilities including:

    • + Student Ombuds - Building 3 (CB03.03.41) Map

      Building 3, Level 3, Room 41 (CB03.03.41)

      If you are a student who feels unfairly treated by the University or if you find yourself in a disagreement or dispute with an individual, an office, a department, a unit of a faculty within the University, the Student Ombuds Office may be able to assist you.

      Primarily, the Student Ombuds Office deals with complaints from students who have a grievance related to either administrative or academic decisions.

      e: ombuds@uts.edu.au
      w: http://www.ombuds.uts.edu.au/

    • + UTS IELTS Centre - Building 1 (CB01) Map


      Building 1, Level 5, Room 11 (CB01.05.011)

      UTS IELTS Centre is the main Sydney test centre for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Test. The IELTS test gives an accurate indication of a student’s ability in the four fundamental English skills which are listening, reading, speaking, and writing.

      w: http://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/international/uts-ielts-centre/book-your-ielts-test

    • + Child care centre - Magic Pudding Child Care Centre Map


      1 McKee Street, Ultimo, NSW 2007

      Magic Pudding Child Care Centre is located at 1 McKee Street, Ultimo and provides day and evening care on a full-time or regular part-time basis.

    • + Equity and Diversity Unit - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      Tower, Building 1, Level 17, Room 12 (CB01.17.12)

      The Equity and Diversity Unit promotes social inclusion and widening participation initiatives at UTS, including:

      • Access to education and employment for people from diverse backgrounds
      • Grievance handling advice and assistance for matters relating to discrimination and harassment
      • Design and facilitation of equity and diversity training
      • Guest lectures and presentations on equity and diversity issues to student and staff groups

      Services provided by the unit include programs, resources, training and development, and equity-related complaint handling advice. The unit also advises on equity issues as they arise at UTS.

      w: http://www.equity.uts.edu.au

    • + Parents room - Building 5A (CB05A) Map
      Building 5A, Level 1, Room 019 
       
      A parents room is available for staff, students and the UTS community in Building 5A.
       
      Parents/baby-care rooms provide facilities for female and male carers of infants or young children, as well as for breastfeeding mothers. At UTS, these rooms offer a change table, sink and curtained area with a comfortable chair.
    • + IT Support Centre - Building 5, Block C (CB05C) Map


      Building 5, Block C, Level 1, Room 141 (CB05C.01.141)

      Semester Opening Hours:

      Monday to Friday                             9:00 am – 9:30 am

      p: x 2222 or (02) 9514 2222 (off Campus).

      If you require assistance with General Access Computing Labs, Internet Kiosks or Computer Lounges or information on Macintosh, PC or Unix facilities, visit your nearest IT Support Centre. For further information, search the Service Desk Knowledge Base.

    • + UTS: INSEARCH Map

      UTS: INSEARCH
      Ground Floor, 10 Quay Street (Cnr Quay and Valentine Streets)
      Haymarket, NSW 2000


      Postal Address: The Registrar
      PO Box K1085
      Haymarket, NSW 1240

      INSEARCH is a registered non-self accrediting higher education institution and a pathway provider to UTS. INSEARCH provides local and international students with a pathway to learning and career success.

      In many instances, INSEARCH programs can take you straight into second year studies. INSEARCH also provides a range of quality English language courses.

      w: http://www.insearch.edu.au/

    • + Child care centre - Blackfriars Children's Centre, Blackfriars, Building 3 (CB23) Map


      Blackfriars, Building 3 (CB23)
      4-12 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

      Blackfriars Children's Centre is located on the Blackfriars campus off Broadway at Chippendale, and provides day care on a full-time, regular part-time, or emergency basis.

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