While studying your degree, making time for some volunteer work can really add value to your overall university experience.
Not only will you learn transferable skills that will compliment your learning, but you can also help out others in need.
Some of the benefits:
Making a difference to the community
Having an amazing new experience
Meeting new and like-minded people
Boosting your employability prospects
Some of the options:
- Peer Mentoring
The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Peer Mentoring Program provides transition support to commencing students, while creating a vibrant learning environment within the University of Adelaide community.
- Student Societies
- Adelaide University Union
- Adelaide University Sport
Joining a club is the best way to meet new people, share your interests and make new friends on campus. More than 140 clubs exist representing all kinds of activities and interests – social, political, faculty-based, activity-based..