UTS: Health has staff offices, teaching space and practice labs at the UTS City campus.
As well as classes on-campus, students also spend time at clinical placement locations.
UTS Building 10, Level 7
235-253 Jones Street
Ultimo NSW 2007
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Contact details for the City Campus Building 10 Student Centre
Welcome to UTS - located in the dynamic and exciting City of Sydney.
Within the UTS tower you will find a Student Centre, and Student Centre staff members can help you with just about everything – from paying your fees to course information, getting your results or changing your address. They can also help you with timetables, changing subjects or transferring courses.
Or you can do it yourself online, by accessing My Student Admin once you have activated your UTS email account. UTS has computer labs and facilities for students throughout the City campus as well as IT Support Centres if you need IT help.
UTS also has a 24-hour technology hub where students can study or just relax and have fun.
At the Student Services office, you can see a medical doctor or set an appointment to talk confidentially with a counsellor about personal and academic challenges. There are also people that can help you if you have ongoing health issues or disabilities, or if you need financial assistance.
If you’re thinking about your career or looking for work, UTS Careers can help you develop your skills and search for jobs.
UTS also hosts a multi-faith centre located on Level 3.
UTS Housing Service helps students find places to live – on and off campus.
To help you feel at home, UTS offers students access to resources including microwaves and kitchenettes – as well as public spaces for studying or relaxing.
The Students’ Association is your independent representative body on campus. They represent all students at UTS and run campaigns around issues important to students. The Students' Association provides student services including the Second-Hand Bookshop, Bluebird Brekkie Bar, peer tutoring, Vertigo magazine and academic caseworkers.
The Union is home to some exciting and interactive options at UTS. It provides students with a wide range of on- and off-campus events. There are also activities, sports, services and a large choice of facilities.
A great way to meet new people is to join one of the clubs on campus. Each semester the Union hosts major semester parties and events including O'Fest, Winter Fest, Oktoberfest, Art Expo and the UTS Amazing Race. The Union also offers a range of discounted food and drink.
Other facilities offered by the Union include the Fitness Centre and the multi-purpose sports hall.
The UTS Blake Library is on the Haymarket Campus, near Chinatown and Paddy’s Market. And there’s a lot more than just books here. There are spaces to study – including computers and laptop facilities. Library staff can assist with a range of requests including searching the Catalogue, Referencing and borrowing. Everything you need to know can be found on the Library’s website.
To help students with their course of study, UTS offers support through the Peer-Assisted Study Success or ‘U:PASS’ program. There is also the Higher Education Language and Presentation Support program or ‘HELPS’. Drop in to HELPS for a range of academic assistance.
Students should also attend the Orientation program held before the start of each semester. It’s full of useful information about UTS as well as Faculty-specific information and resources.
To find your way around, you will need to know how to read the signs at UTS. On the City Campus, “CB” means Broadway, “CM” refers to Haymarket, and “CC” means the Blackfriars Campus. Just remember the numbering system: campus and building dot level dot room. Doors have the level dot room.
Well, that about wraps up this quick tour of the UTS City campus.
Remember, make the most of your time at UTS.
6 Nov 2019
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