With more than 50% of our student population comprising non-school leavers, we are experts at helping adult learners settle into university life and study. Whether you completed high school some time ago or are considering transitioning to uni from TAFE or another provider, we can help.
Check your options
There are many ways of getting into Griffith, even if you don’t have formal qualifications. See our apply website for information on:
- alternative-entry options for non-school leavers or those aged over 18
- pathways to Griffith from Griffith College, TAFE and other VET providers
- access and equity programs.
To find out more about our pathways into university, contact our Adult Learner Engagement Officer
Come along and connect with others over coffee, make friends, get support and enjoy a bit of social time...
- Nathan Campus @ Cafè Rossa
- Gold Coast Campus @ Cafè Rossa
- Logan Campus @ Brooke Cafè
Free $5 food and coffee voucher for eligible participants.
Download our guide
Our adult learners’ guide is packed with helpful info for those going to university for the first time. Here you can find tips on:
- transitioning to uni
- university terminology
- managing costs
- dos and don’ts of being a uni student
- stress management
- steps for success
- how to get help.
Uni-Key is a free program for eligible first-year Griffith students, including adult learners, to make a smooth transition to university. The program includes pre-orientation and mentoring activities to help with academic, personal and financial support.
Connect with other adult learners over coffee