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Arc Wellness

Arc Wellness volunteers (Wellness Warriors) are a growing tribe of students making a difference. Wellness Warriors are passionate about spreading awareness about easy changes students can make in their daily lives to…

Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders Australia (EWB) is a member-based, community organisation that creates social value through engineering. We have been engineering people out of poverty for over 13 years.

Event Horizon

The Arc Event Horizon program runs activities and events throughout the year to enhance student involvement, such as Stress Less Week, Foundation Day, Welcome Back Day and Lawn Games.

Global Village

Students have the opportunity to travel during yearly breaks to developing countries to lend a helping hand with a local community project.

New College Students' Association

The New College Students’ Association (NCSA) is an important body in the life of New College. The NCSA, in conjunction with the College, provides opportunities for residents to be involved in many different social,…

Orientation Committee Member, Student Accommodation

Members of the Orientation Committee deliver a responsible and welcoming program of diverse activities to induct new resident students into the daily life of the colleges, and provide direct assistance and support in…

Redback Racing Team (Formula SAE-A Car)

Formula SAE, also known as Formula Student, is an engineering design competition where students from universities across the globe design, manufacture and race small open-wheeler racing cars to compete at Formula SAE…


Who can I contact for help?

For questions about UNSW Advantage email [email protected]

Do you run a professional development/volunteering activity for students? Are you a Constituent Club with an executive? Review the guidelines and nomination forms for providers to get started.

For more information about the Australian Higher Education Graduate Statement see AHEGS.

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