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Transition into uni is a big step. In fact, in the first few weeks of each new year, a lot of the students look for assistance to make the shift to uni life a little bit easier.

Here's a few tips to help you make the most of uni life:

  • Get involved - There’s a lot to try at uni and the only way you’re going to find out what works is to sign up. Try signing up for a club in an area that you’re interested in. This is a great way to meet like-minded people.
  • Get organised - Once O-Week passes, it’s time to get down to business. Having a plan of attack for the semester is a great way to start. If you’re not sure how to achieve this, consider attending either a CAPS or Learning Centre workshop.
  • Get knowledge - Try to learn a little about yourself and your skills. Check out the Personal Development Plan developed by CAPS to work out how to boost your uni performance.
  • Get to know your environment  - Uni is a big place. Seriously, we even have our own postcode! So take some time to find out where the main services are located. Join a library tour, find out where your lectures are going to be and prep yourself for the first day of class.
  • Get balanced - To manage the challenges of university, it’s important to look after your body and mind. Take some time out to work out the best way of caring for yourself this year.

All the best for 2014!

Clinton Moore
Clinical Psychologist
Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Student Support Services

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