What is the Orientation event?

It's an opportunity to find out more about your course and the services and support available to assist you at Western Sydney University. You will also have an opportunity to meet your teachers (academics) and fellow students, and discover your campus. You can organise your student ID card, get timetable support and collect your Student Diary.

When is Orientation?

Orientation sessions and activities are usually held on campus two weeks before session starts.
2019 Spring Orientation has concluded. Details about Summer Orientation will be available at a later date.

Week 1 Information Stalls

Don't be afraid to ask for help! 'Ask Us' Assistants are available at information stalls in Week 1 on your campus to answer all your questions. Look out for the 'New to Western' banners.

22 - 26 July (Monday - Friday)
8.30am - 1.30pm

Bankstown - Inside building 1 (ground floor)
Campbelltown - Outside building 4
Hawkesbury - Outside building G1
Kingswood (Penrith) -  Outside between building P and V
Liverpool - First floor
Parramatta City - First floor
Parramatta South - Outside building EA

Campus and Library orientation

Following your Orientation session, you can take a campus tour with one of our Ask Us Assistants (senior students), to orientate you to services, facilities and important locations on your campus such as your School's building, the Co-Op retail store, cafeterias and Student Central. Be sure to also visit our state-of-the-art libraries to familiarise yourself with all the exciting services and assistance available there.

Free digital textbooks

If you are enrolled in first-year or Diploma units, your digital textbooks are free. Download or access your textbooks online, anytime and anywhere! For eligibility, and terms and conditions visit the textbooks webpage.

Returning to learning

If you are returning to learning after a break from education, you may be interested in getting a head start. Attend pre-session workshops just for you. Visit the workshops webpage for more information.