From July 2014 the University will be trialling dedicated carpool-permit spaces on the Sandy Bay campus.
As part of a broader program of campus revitalisation taking place state-wide, the Northern Campus Revitalisation Project (NCRP) is well underway and we are pleased to advise that it is set to deliver even more exciting developments for the Newnham campus.
The IMAS building on Hobart’s waterfront, the MS2 building in the Hobart CBD and the Centre for the Arts building on Hunter Street have come away from the 2014 Tasmanian Architecture Awards with a collective swag of awards.
With the first set of moves well underway as part of the Southern Campuses Revitalisation and Activation Project (SCRAP), here in CSD we’ve been fielding a few questions about what the Project means for the number of learning seats for students.
In response to concerns raised by staff and students, and reports of a number of near misses, Commercial Services and Development has investigated parking on Brooks Road and some important changes will come into effect from the end of this month.
Travelling between Hobart and Launceston during the week? The University offers a discounted bus service between the Newnham and Sandy Bay campuses.
Fierce and healthy rivalry on the sporting field is just part of the rich residential life here at the University, and recent matches show that not only is it great fun for the residents, it might also be a great sign for the University’s participation in the upcoming Uni Games.
Thanks to Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) funding, the University oval at the Newnham campus is shining brightly, and the upgrade has sparked the enthusiasm of players who are keen to get out and play under the new lights.