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Getting to uni
Nirimba Campus is on Eastern Road, Quakers Hill. Nearby main roads are Quakers Hill Parkway and the M7.
Buses stop outside our Nirimba Campus. You can catch the following routes: 752, T72, 745
Get the train to Quakers Hill Station (Western Line) and take a 10 to 15 minute walk or 5 minute bus ride to Nirimba Campus.
Bus services are also available from Blacktown Station (Cumberland and Western Lines) and St Marys Station (Western line).
If you prefer to bike it into uni, we have three bicycle stands as well as men’s and women’s showers.
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We want to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to study at Western. So, our Badanami Centre for Indigenous Education offers you access to a great range of services, like career advice, tutors, medical help, counselling, computers, study spaces, a kitchen and printing facilities – even opportunities to study abroad.
If you feel unsafe or want someone to escort you to your car, call the 24/7 security hotline on 1300 737 003. Keep your eye out for the many emergency contact points as well. Just press the button and a security officer will be with you in moments.
Got little ones? Take advantage of Western’s fantastic childcare centre. It’s open from 7.30 am to 6.00 pm, and offers long-day or occasional care for $13 an hour.
If you’re feeling down or stressed, get in touch with Western’s counselling service. Our qualified social workers and psychologists have got your back.
If you have a disability, chronic health condition or temporary injury, the Disability Services team can help with things like pre-admission, note takers, readers, sign interpreters, video and podcast transcripts, assistive technology, textbooks and materials in alternative formats, the list goes on.
If you are struggling with accommodation, financial hardship, personal issues, study related issues, matters related to student visa or if you are having trouble understanding university policies and procedures, the Student Welfare Service can help you work through it. For further information please visit the Student Welfare Service webpage.
Have a question? Throughout your student journey (from enrolments to graduations) Student Central is your first point of contact for information, advice, forms and referrals to other services. For more information check the Student Central webpage.
Accommodation you can afford
Western’s on-campus accommodation is a hop, skip and jump from your classroom. Choose a shared villa or flat, or rent your own studio apartment. Get 24/7 support, security and WiFi access, as well as the use of our laundry facilities and courtyard, computer lab and games room. There’s even the odd cooking class.
The College offers a wide range of University Foundation Studies and Diploma programs to help you on your way to achieving your tertiary education and career dreams.
Nirimba Campus library provides access to the print and electronic resources you need for your teaching, research and studies Our knowledgeable staff are there to help.
Whether you want to work collaboratively or you need to work quietly on your own, Nirimba Library has a space to suit.
Take a virtual tour or check the Library hours
Having trouble with the WiFi or online services? Our IT support team is always happy to help.
Great food for all occasions
Studying is hungry work. Grab a cuppa or a snack and refuel on the way to class. There are also plenty of GF and vegetarian options.
Conveniently located in Building U4; grab a ready to go hot or cold snack, sandwich or drink and refuel on the way to your next class.
Dietary options available:
- Gluten free
- Cakes and Slices
Conveniently located in the Nirimba Library (C21), the perfect place to refuel after studying. Grab a hot/ cold snack, sandwich or drink on the way to your next class.
Dietary options available:
- Gluten Free
- Hot food
- Cakes / slices / muffins
Social and Cultural Spaces
Western has a number of on-campus men’s and women’s Muslim prayer rooms. These include Qibla-facing prayer carpets, a place for Wudu, and female prayer clothing if needed.
Living at The College means living among one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country. With a variety of shopping centres, plazas, cinemas, apartments, entertainment venues, restaurants and cafés popping around our campuses, there has never been a more exciting time to be a part of the Western Sydney community.
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