Institute of Education, Arts and Community (Domestic)

Congratulations on starting at Federation University and welcome to Berwick Campus! Below you will find everything you need to get started, including the schedule for all the events and activities you need to get you oriented, connected, and ready for your new university life.

As well as on-campus and live online events, you'll also find self-paced content, support and resources in our Orientation Hub opening Monday 18 July.

Register now to let us know that you’re planning to attend orientation at Berwick >

Register to be in the draw for a $50 Prezzee gift voucher!

Tuesday 19 July 2022

9.00am - 10.00am Free Breakfast and Welcome to Campus
Start the day with free breakfast and hear from the Head of Campus, welcoming you to the university and outlining some of the standout features of your campus.
Building 902, Student Lounge
9.30am - 11.30am Getting Connected & Library Tour
Get your tech set up and working. Learn how to log in to university systems, access student emails, and more. Then once you're done, head to the Library for a personal tour from our helpful librarians!
Building 901, Room G43
11.30am - 12.00pm Support Services Overview
A short presentation outlining the variety of support services available at FedUni and how to access them.
Building 901, Room G43
12.00pm - 1.00pm ActionBound Campus Tour
Discover your way around campus and compete for prizes in this app-based scavenger hunt!
Starting from Building 901, Room G43
1.00pm - 2.00pm Free Lunch Building 902, Student Lounge

Wednesday 20 July 2022

10.30am - 11.00am Program Overview
Learn more about your degree, the specifics of what is required, and get to meet a lecturer or two from your upcoming studies.

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary) - Building 902, Room 165
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education) - Building 902, Room 165
Bachelor of Education Studies - Building 902, Room 165
Bachelor of Outdoor and Environmental Education – Building 902, Room G57
Bachelor of Sport, Physical and Outdoor Education -  Building 902, Room G57
Foundation Access Studies (FAST) - Building 902, Room 197
Bachelor of Arts – Building 902, Room 162
Bachelor of Community and Human Service – Building 902, Room 163
Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice – Building 902, Room 158
Bachelor of Criminal Justice Management – Building 902, Room 158
By program.
11.00am - 12.00pm Welcome to the Institute of Education, Arts and Community

Hear from the head of your Institute and learn more about the range of options available to you at FedUni
Room G43, Building 901
12.00pm - 1.00pm Free Lunch Student Lounge, Building 902

Thursday 21 July 2022

Join our Learning Skills Advisors and Student Academic Leaders on campus to conclude the FedReady program. FedReady is a 2-week program running Monday 11 July - Thursday 21 July online and on-campus and is designed to teach you everything you need to know for a successful start at FedUni.

Whether you've participated throughout the program, or are just starting your self-paced journey, all students are welcome.

10.00am - 11.00amCritical thinking in action:
Practice some of the critical thinking skills that you learned in the online FedReady modules. This is an opportunity to work with your fellow students, student leaders and Learning Skills Advisors.
Register to receive venue information.
11.00am - 12.00pmGetting started at university – Student Panel
Hear from Federation University students about their experiences starting university and ask questions about how to succeed at university.
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12.00pm - 1.00pmCampus tour
Guided tour around the campus by our Student Academic Leaders to introduce you to the key services and locations around campus.
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1.00pm - 2.00pmFree LunchBuilding 902, Student Lounge

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.