As awful as it can feel, receiving a bad mark isn't the end of the world. Follow our steps on how to get over the disappointment and even learn something from the experience.
They're your in-person support on campus to help keep you on track and check your written work, so you’ll be reeling in those HDs in no time.
UON cares. Really, it does. Plenty of support services are provided to make studying as enjoyable and smooth as possible. But, UON can’t do it all for you. Sometimes, the onus is squarely on you to make the most of these services. What’s that cliché expression again? You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make them drink …
Everyone procrastinates, but that's no excuse to let yourself pile on the stress.
Time to get yourself into the study zone.
University doesn't have to be confusing. Learn how to navigate myUON and get off to a great start.
The prospect of studying at university can be daunting for anyone; whether you've come straight from having to ask the teacher to go to the bathroom, or helping your own kids through the HSC.
Lecturers can seem scary. It’s completely understandable. They are all knowing (yes, they know you haven’t caught up on that lecture), so asking for help can be a pretty daunting prospect. But guess what: their main goal is to help you. No matter how intimidating approaching your lecturer might appear, it’s best to just bite the bullet. Here are our …