Getting to class and work in Launceston is a whole lot easier with the new Metro service linking the Launceston CBD to the Inveresk and Newnham campuses.
A hunger for learning isn’t the only thing we need to satisfy here at UTAS. We also know that feeding the University community fabulous fare is vital. With this in mind, a number of new and improved catering services and options will be rolled out during 2015, starting this week.
Those of you having a wander through the central campus at Sandy Bay would have noticed that there are some very visible works underway.
The University’s National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) apartments at West Park are now complete and ready for their new residents.
Plans to deliver a range of developments to the Newnham campus as part of the Northern Campuses Revitalisation Program (NCRP) are all progressing and on track for respective completions in early 2015.
With the departure of our primary cohort of students, it’s no surprise that things quieten towards the end of second semester each year and, for Unigym, this is no exception. But the end of 2014 marked a period of increase in memberships, thanks to some innovative sales and marketing activity.
To coincide with changes made to central back-charging for customer funded works (and, in particular, the raising of the threshold which determines when budget centres are back-charged), CSD has introduced an approver hierarchy within the works requests system.
Unigym Launceston will be offering some free classes, plus making a few changes to their lunchtime roster, throughout the month of February.