We know semester 2 can make you feel bored. That’s why you should join us for board games night! We will provide some free snacks, plus it is a great way to bond with your friends and meet new people!
Come along and enjoy some free coffee/tea/hot chocolate and cake! Socialise with other First in … Continue reading First in Family Coffee & Cake – Tuesday, August 15 at Clayton
The Faculty will be running a special Business Etiquette Workshop for all of our First … Continue reading Business Etiquette Workshop – Wednesday, August 9
Students who are First in the Family often face unique challenges such as moving from … Continue reading First in the Family Information Seminar – Thursday, July 27 at Clayton
Didn’t think the end of the semester could come soon enough? Well it’s finally here … Continue reading First in the Family End of Semester Drinks – May 25
Next week the PAL Program are running seminars to give new University students some tips … Continue reading Exam Tips Session – Student Perspective by PAL Leaders
In week 9 we encourage you to take a few minutes out from your studies … Continue reading Mindfulness & Relaxation Week with PAL – Week 9 Events
Have you received underwhelming marks on your first assignments? Are you anxious about future tasks? … Continue reading Assignment Review Session – Monday 3 April
Week 6 can be a stressful time, with mid-semester exams coming up or already underway. … Continue reading First in the Family – Coffee and Cake Event – April 4 (Clayton) and April 6 Caulfield)
Come down to socialise with other First in the Family/International Students and ambassadors within PAL! … Continue reading Summer Fiesta – Monday, March 13
Are you feeling stressed about upcoming due dates for your assignments? Are you unsure about … Continue reading Assignment Aid Workshops by PAL Leaders – March 14, 15 and 17
All First in the Family students are invited to attend a special Welcome lunch This … Continue reading First in the Family Welcome Lunch
The Arts First in the Family is a program for Arts students who are the first of their generation to attend University.