Badanami provides support and opportunities for Indigenous Students
The Badanami Centre for Indigenous Education provides Western Sydney University Indigenous students with support and opportunities to ensure their success throughout the course of their degree.
We have seven centres across different locations across WSU campuses. These include Bankstown, Campbelltown, Liverpool, Kingswood, Hawkesbury, Parramatta South and Parramatta City. At each of these centres you will find an Indigenous Student Success Officer who is there to assist you in any aspect to support your university experience.
The centres offer study areas, computers labs, printing, kitchen and lounge facilities while studying. Badanami staff provide information about the range of services available across the University from study skills, courses, careers advice, counselling and study abroad opportunities. Badanami services include:
- Cultural support
- Culturally safe environment
- Study support and guidance
- Support through the enrolment and orientation process
- Provide information and assist with scholarships and cadetships
- Act as an advocate on behalf of students
- Tutoring for Success (TFS) Program
If you would like to find out more information about the programs and services offered by Western Sydney University's Badanami Centre, please contact the team at
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