Stay up to date and get involved
Throughout the year, Griffith hosts a number of open nights and events for future students, where you can learn more about studying at Griffith and the services provided by GUMURRII Student Success Unit. These events may be held both online and on-campus.
We also engage in a number of annual Community events important to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Explore our latest news and events below.
GUMURRII Student Success Unit events
Each trimester we host campus orientation sessions for new students. The sessions cover:
You'll also participate in a trimester planning workshop to ensure you're familiar with your courses, learning objectives and assessment dates. You will have the opportunity to network and meet current students in a relaxed setting and have any other questions answered.
During COVID-19 restrictions, orientation activities have been delivered online to ensure the safety of our communities.
Annual dates of cultural significance
Each year we acknowledge and engage in a number of events important to Indigenous Australian history, people and culture which draw together staff and students in a spirit of reconciliation. You can find out more at the First Peoples site.
New partnership provides studio space for art alumni
23 Sep 2020
Emerging artists are reaping the rewards of a new industry partnership that provides QCA graduates...
Aurora scholarship to open doors to the Ivy League
22 Sep 2020
Griffith University Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student Bianca Crisp will pursue...
Indigenous art lecturer wins national fellowship
14 Sep 2020
Dr Carol McGregor, who leads Griffith University’s unique contemporary Indigenous art...
Incredible Griffith alumni recognised at 2020 Outstanding Alumni Awards
11 Sep 2020
Sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapist, Adjunct Assistant Professor Nick Marshall, has been...
Walk and Talk 2019
The annual Walk and Talk in acknowledgment of National Reconciliation Week held at the Gold Coast, Mt Gravatt and Nathan campuses.