Berwick

Welcome to the Berwick Campus! With so many different spaces for you to learn in, including state-of-the-art facilities and a variety of student-centred study spaces, Berwick is a great place to continue your educational journey. With on-campus venues and nearby cafes, there are a range of places to relax. Getting to campus is easy, too, with the Berwick Railway Station only 500 metres away, and the campus right beside the Clyde Rd exit of the Princes Freeway.

Orientation

Starting uni can be pretty daunting, but don’t worry, Orientation is designed to help get you set. Attending Orientation will help you learn more about Federation, familiarise yourself with your program, and meet your peers and teaching staff.

Student clubs

Berwick has a range of student-run clubs and societies available, including:

  • Environmental Club, for anyone who wants to make a difference in the environment
  • FedUni Egames Club, which brings together students with a passion for gaming
  • FedUni Nursing Club (FUNC), which provides peer support to Nursing students.

And if you can’t find what you’re looking for, you can always start your own club.

Berwick orientation schedules

Orientation is held for new students at the start of each teaching period.

If no schedules appear below please check back closer to your Orientation date. You'll also receive an email letting you know when our schedules are released.

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Getting around on campus

View Berwick Campus map (pdf, 2.7mb)

Room numbers for orientation sessions (and classes) can be a little long and confusing at first. You'll find you learn them quickly, but you can use the following rules to help you out:

  • Room numbers are almost always written as two sets of numbers, usually separated by an underscore. For example, room 903_G121.
  • The first set of three numbers are the building. In the example of 903_G121, the room is in building 903
  • The second set of numbers are the room number.
    • The first character will always be 'G' or '1'. This tells you if the room is on the ground floor (g) or the first floor (1).
    • The rest of the numbers are the room number, and simply label the room.