Attendance at this ANU welcome and information session on the first day of Orientation week is essential for all new students – Undergraduate/Postgraduate, international, domestic (Australia) and local Canberra students. This welcome session (which will start at 9am) will include an Welcome to Country, a welcome to the ANU community and tailored sessions for international, Postgraduate, Undergraduate, residential and non-residential students. Plan to arrive in Canberra in time to attend the first day of Orientation week.
Free breakfast from 8am:
Breakfast packs containing a freshly baked pastry (gluten free available, vegan and Halal), a piece of fruit, with juice, coffee and tea, will be available from 8am in the courtyard of the ANU School of Music building. Arrive at 8am and get your Orientation week off to a great start – enjoy the free breakfast and meet other new students from Canberra, all over Australia and the world.
Please note the following venues:
International Undergraduate Students' Welcome & Induction (except exchange students): Llewellyn Hall Domestic Non-residential Undergraduate Students' Welcome & Induction: Llewellyn Hall Domestic Residential Undergraduate Students' Welcome & Induction: (those living in a university residence): Llewellyn Hall Domestic Mature Entry Undergraduate Students' Welcome & Induction: Manning Clark Centre Exchange Students' Welcome & Induction: Manning Clark Centre International Postgraduate Students' Welcome & Induction: Manning Clark Centre Domestic Postgraduate Students' Welcome & Induction: Manning Clark Centre
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Here is a map to the venue, the ANU School of Music, which is located on Childers Street and the Manning Clark Centre (located in Union Court).
Bus: You can check the Action Bus timetable and catch a bus to the event.
Taxi: You can pre-book a Taxi online. There can be a long wait on the phone if you call on the day, so we recommend you pre-book a taxi. Your destination will be 'School of Music, Childers Street, The Australian National University, Acton' or 'Manning Clark Centre, Union Court, The Australian National University, Acton'.
Walk: If you will be living on campus you can walk to the event. If you have time before the day, locate the building and walk from your residence to see how long it will take you on the day.
Drive: Parking on or near campus will cost money and there is no guarentee you will be able to find a parking space for your car on the day. If you plan to drive to ANU throughout the year you can organise an ANU Parking Permit online before the day. If you arrive for this event before 8am you will most likely be able to find a parking spot. Allow extra time to find a park and pay for parking.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
You can email the ANU Student Experience and Career Development team: email@example.com
How can I connect with other new students and current students before Orientation week?
If you have access to Facebook you can search for the New@ANU Facebook group and join up. There you can ask questions of current ANU students and meet other new students.