Staying connected

In these unusual and trying times, it is important we remain connected and supportive of each other. This is especially true for the large majority of students who have had their studies and university life fundamentally changed by the transition to an online learning environment.

The disruption does not have to affect our sense of community and social lives, as we are connected more than ever by a range of helpful platforms and online communities. Explore some of these below.

Griffith Mates activities now online

The Griffith Mates program is now delivering its signature activities online! Over the coming weeks and months, students can stay connected with the Griffith community through a series of virtual coffee catch ups, live webinars, competitions and more.

Join the Care Army

The Care Army is made up of everyday Queenslanders who want to help older people living in the community who may not have friends, family or neighbours who are able to support them them during the COVID-19 outbreak.

If you are in good health and keen to help out, register today.

Looking after yourself

Learn self care tips and other mental wellness strategies and tools to help you adjust to social isolation policies, studying online, and more.

Coronavirus and self care

Online Health and Wellness Centre

Griffith's new Online Health and Wellness Centre is a portal designed to increase student awareness and understanding of mental health concerns, and learn tips for promoting better health and wellbeing such as living a healthy lifestyle, engaging in meaningful social activity, feeling safe, stable and secure, and looking after your mental wellness.

Griffith's Online Health and Wellness Centre

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Griffith University is taking the threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19) seriously.