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Why SWOTVAC is shorter in Semester 2

Semester 2 SWOTVAC is shorter than normal this year as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on our academic...

Career Options – where will your degree take you?

Come along to this Zoom Q&A session to hear from employers about their own career paths, their industry insights and opportunities for...

A reminder about snakes on campus in the warmer weather

Spring is here, the weather is warming up and our campuses are a little quieter, so if you are studying or living...

Postgrad student Sasha on her first year at La Trobe

Hi, my name is Sasha Judith Vaz. I am a first-year student at La Trobe University studying a Master of Communications (Journalism...

How to act in online classes: A guide for La Trobe University students

Remote learning is a new experience for many students this year. So it's only natural that you might have questions about what...

Grand Final Public Holiday now 23 October: slight change to Semester 2 online exam period and results release date

As you may know, the Victorian Government has declared Friday 23 October a public holiday (the Grand Final public holiday).  The University will...

Common types of group conflicts and how to resolve them

Student Health & Promotions Coordinator, Rose Wimbush, and Martin Gladman from La Trobe's counselling team take a look at the main causes...

Your ultimate prep for final assessments

The Semester is ticking along and final assessments are well and truly on the horizon. At MyLaTrobe, we've put together the ultimate...

That’s what SHE said blog: Help is FREE!

The ‘That’s what SHE said’ blog is written by SHE College student Mel. As an intern for the college of SHE and...

Countdown to Graduation: The after-(uni)life

Countdown to Graduation is a series penned by final-semester student and MyLaTrobe intern, Matt Caton. The closer that...

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Grand Final Public Holiday now 23 October: slight change to Semester 2 online exam period and results release date

As you may know, the Victorian Government has declared Friday 23 October a public holiday (the Grand Final public holiday).  The University will...

Why SWOTVAC is shorter in Semester 2

Semester 2 SWOTVAC is shorter than normal this year as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on our academic...

Are you heading into Second Year? Don’t miss this expo just for you

The end of first year is closer than you think… so while you are putting off that assignment procrastinate productively, learn a...

Your ultimate prep for final assessments

The Semester is ticking along and final assessments are well and truly on the horizon. At MyLaTrobe, we've put together the ultimate...

How to act in online classes: A guide for La Trobe University students

Remote learning is a new experience for many students this year. So it's only natural that you might have questions about what...

Additional V grade code confirmed for Semester 2 – refresher on how V grade works

The University introduced an additional V grade for Semester 1 and 2, 2020 results to ensure you don't record a fail grade...

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That’s what SHE said blog: Help is FREE!

The ‘That’s what SHE said’ blog is written by SHE College student Mel. As an intern for the college of SHE and...

Countdown to Graduation: The after-(uni)life

Countdown to Graduation is a series penned by final-semester student and MyLaTrobe intern, Matt Caton. The closer that...

New Engineering awards and prizes for top-performing students

Good news, Engineering students! La Trobe University has introduced four new prizes that you are in the running to win.

That’s what SHE said blog – ‘How Studiosity helped me to get a top grade on my assignment’

The ‘That’s what SHE said’ blog is written by SHE College student Mel. As an intern for the college of SHE and...

That’s what SHE said blog: Decisions decisions decisions!

The ‘That’s what SHE said’ blog is written by SHE College student Mel. As an intern for the college of SHE and...

Regional Wrap: everything you need know from our regional campuses this week

Remote learning means most of us can't attend campus at the moment. But that doesn't mean we can't keep an eye on...

New ‘sign in’ process for students attending our campuses

From Wednesday 16 September, the University will implement a new 'sign in’ process for students attending any La Trobe campus. You will now be asked to sign in via text message each time you enter a building on...

Five tips for gaining mental clarity during uncertain times

Let’s be real. 2020 hasn’t gone exactly the way we planned. In a time of so much uncertainty and...

Diving in the Deep end: Tips from final year ASSC College student Paige

Paige is our new intern at the Wise ASSC blog! In this post, she shares a little bit about her journey so...

6 steps for success now you have your exam timetable

The pointy end of semester is fast approaching. You've got your exam timetable. Now what? Get to know...

La Trobe Library announces opening info for Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Bundoora and Mildura campuses

Good news, library lovers! La Trobe University Library has announced re-opening dates at four of our campuses.

Don’t miss your Course Essentials session

One of the keys to starting University successfully is attending Orientation and your Course Essentials welcome session is a really big part...

Have you failed a subject? Here are the steps you need to take to get back on track.

What should I do if I have failed a subject? Core subjects If you fail...

Common types of group conflicts and how to resolve them

Student Health & Promotions Coordinator, Rose Wimbush, and Martin Gladman from La Trobe's counselling team take a look at the main causes...

Meet our Optus Cybersecurity Scholars – could you be next?

It's a career for someone who wants to change the world." Professor Jill Slay, AM, La Trobe Optus Cybersecurity Chair

All our student support services are now available online

La Trobe University is committed to providing ongoing, flexible and comprehensive support for our students during this challenging time. Our priority remains, as always,...

What is the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) anyway?

The SSAF is a compulsory fee to cover non-academic support services such as: advocacycounsellinglegal servicescareers advicefinancial advicechild careindependent student representation. The fee amount...

Semester 2 results out now

Semester 2, 2019 results are now available in StudentOnLine. Check StudentOnLine regularly as results may be amended. Remember: you may...

International students – don’t miss this professional development bursary

Apply now for the La Trobe International and IDP Professional Development Bursary! Applications are invited from current, enrolled international...