While physical distancing is less than ideal, it’s what’s best for our community at the moment and we can still come together online to support one another and keep taking action together. There are plenty of ways that we can all stay connected and keep campaigning for solutions to our education issues – and we want to hear from you.

To help us shape our next steps, please take a few minutes to share your thoughts in our working together survey. We will read everyone’s feedback on how you want to connect with our community at this time, use it to inform our plans, and report back to you. There is so much creativity, wisdom and experience across our community, and we thank you for sharing yours with us.

Staying Connected Survey

 

At UMSU, we’re always working away behind the scenes to bring you a variety of events and activities to help you connect with other students. Here are a few ways you can stay connected, no matter where you are in the world.
  • Join a Club: We have over 200 student clubs available for you to join! Check out the Clubs and Societies page.
  • Join an Online Event: Not in Melbourne? No problem! We put on a heap of online events where you to connect and make friends within your student community from the comfort of your home. Check out our Online Events Calendar.
  • Join a Collective: Collectives and student run departments are a great way to connect with like-minded students. They run a heap of fun online and in-person events to boot!

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Animal lover? Here are the Zoo live streams you need right now: Melbourne Zoo
The otter cam at Monterey Bay Aquarium
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