Orientation at Griffith

It's important to get the right start at Griffith, and find out all you need to know. That's why we've created myOrientation. Once you've received your offer of admission you'll be able to access myOrientation and be taken on a personalised journey through your first weeks of University.

The O-Week Planner is part of myOrientation and that's where you'll find information on sessions, skills workshops, social events and tours, and meet staff and students, while exploring your campus. As well as making new mates you can find out what to expect as a Griffith student.

Get set up and started at Griffith with myOrientation

myOrientation provides a personalised journey to help you with tasks such as enrolling, getting a student ID card, understanding our online systems, committing to a safe and inclusive campus and attending O-week. You'll be presented with information that will help you transition into the Griffith family. You can access myOrientation via the orientation tile in myGriffith.

Plan your orientation

There's a range of fantastic activities and events to get you off to a flying start at University. Use our Orientation Planner to add activities to your individual O-Week schedule, and we’ll see you there!

What's on

Orientation Week is also a great opportunity to:

  • meet new people
  • get comfortable with the facilities and locations of classes
  • get your student ID card
  • make sure you are correctly enrolled
  • generally have a great time.

School-based orientation

Your school orientation is compulsory, and included in your O-Week Planner. Each school will have their own mandatory sessions (which we’ve added for you), and additional events to ensure you are as ready as you can be to start your studies.

Library orientation

Griffith Library runs Orientation sessions that'll teach you all you need to know about the Library and IT at Griffith. On Market Days, we’ll help you set up your Wi-Fi, navigate the Griffith Uni App and access workshops to get you uni-ready. There’s also a range of great study resources available online.

Connect with us

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date with O-Week events, and find heaps of handy hints for tackling your first trimester.

If you have any difficulties accessing any O-Week activities or information due to disability, please let us know. You can call us on 07 3735 7470 or email disability@griffith.edu.au for assistance.