students

Understanding the language of Gen Z

You’ve heard of streuth, chock-a-block and sheila, but have you ever heard of ceebs or sack?

Get involved with the Festival of Future You

UTS Careers is looking for staff to run activities during an upcoming festival that will help students to prepare for their future careers.

Living accessed: Patrisha Domingo

From reading timetables and finding building to knowing where to find the subject outline and good food – navigating the university environment is a challenge. The task is even greater for students with illnesses and disabilities, who require different access needs in an environment was not traditionally created with students like us in mind.

How to help students feel like they belong at UTS

Small things make a big difference to building student engagement and belonging. Read on to find out what research has revealed about helping students to feel welcome in the first classes of the session.

Living accessed: navigating university with a disability

What’s it like going to uni when you’re living with a disability? Our new series shines a light on the lived experiences of students who are doing just that.