Pathways and Academic Learning Support Centre
News • 10 Mar 2023
UNI STEPS – Connecting students and communities with higher education
With one successful year now complete, the UNI STEPS program continues to grow and offer unique learning experiences for schools and communities in our regions.
News • 1 Feb 2023
2023 Ma & Morley scholars begin their transformative experience
This year, 25 Scholars will begin their life-changing experience as part of the University of Newcastle’s Ma & Morley Scholarship Program.
News • 12 Dec 2022
Ready to make a difference: University of Newcastle 2022 graduates
The first cohort of students to graduate from the Bachelor of Renewable Energy Engineering will make history this week as they cross the stage during the University of Newcastle’s graduation ceremonies.
News • 8 Nov 2022
University of Newcastle receives $479,000 in funding for Women in STEM program
The University of Newcastle has welcomed $479,000 in funding as part of the Federal Government’s Women in STEM Cadetships and Advanced Apprenticeships Program.
News • 25 Jul 2022
Children’s University Newcastle welcomes students back onto campus for our Discovery Days
Last month, Children’s University Newcastle (CU) welcomed over 1,000 students back onto our campuses to participate in On Campus Discovery Days. Partnering with 35 schools, events were held at Ourimbah, Callaghan, NUSpace and Manning Education Centre, Taree showcasing our diverse locations and facilities to students across NSW.
News • 28 Feb 2022
EndNote 20 is here
News • 24 Feb 2022
Laptops for Loan
News • 23 Feb 2022
Flowers Room is open
News • 19 Jan 2022
New Sleep Pod at the Library
News • 19 Jan 2022
Library Guides have had a refresh!
News • 12 Nov 2021
Open Foundation puts students at the core of curriculum and teaching
According to the Department of Education Higher Education Statistics (2019), the University of Newcastle is the largest provider of pathways programs in Australia, with Open Foundation the largest and oldest.
News • 16 Aug 2021
Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students on the Central Coast to gain entry into University
In response to an external review of enabling pathways, a new version of the Yapug enabling pathway program will be delivered for the first time on the Central Coast in 2022. Yapug is a pathway program designed to enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to gain knowledge and skills for entry into university while immersing them in Indigenous knowledge, history and culture.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.