Support your friend or family member commencing university.
Starting university is an exciting time, but it can also seem daunting. As a family member or friend, it can be challenging for you too. Griffith recognises the importance of the support and encouragement you provide, and welcomes you as a vital part of the university community. Griffith offers a range of support services to help new students familiarise themselves with university, balance work and family commitments with study, and feel confident and succeed in their degree. Griffith also offers free seminars at the start of semester to provide more information.
- what to expect as your student moves into tertiary education
- how to support your student’s aspirations, well-being and development
- strategies for succeeding at university.
You’ll have the chance to ask Griffith University staff and students questions and take a brief tour of the campus.
|Campus||Date||Time||Venue||Maps and parking|
|Gold Coast||Sunday 21 February||10.30am - 12 noon||G40 Auditorium|
|Logan||Sunday 21 February||10:30am - 12 noon||L06 Auditorium|
|Mt Gravatt||Sunday 21 February||10:30am - 12 noon||M23 Auditorium|
|Nathan||Sunday 21 February||10:30am - 12 noon||N18 Theatre 1|
|South Bank||Sunday 21 February||10:30am - 12 noon||S05 QCA GALLERY & LECTURE THEATRE 2.04|
Located on five campuses, Griffith is home to more than 43 000 students from across Australia and more than 130 countries around the world. South Bank, Nathan and Mount Gravatt campuses are situated on the land of the Yugarabul, Yuggera, Jagera and Turrbal indigenous peoples. Logan is situated on the land of the Yuggera, Turrbal, Yugarabul, Jagera and Yugambeh peoples. The Gold Coast is situated on the land of the Yugambeh Kombumerri peoples.