About the Campus
At our Nowra site, the University of Wollongong has built a facility that provides a teaching space, a library as well as a cafe and student facilities.
Students attending the Shoalhaven Campus have access to the full range of services offered by the University of Wollongong and learning is supported by easy access to computers and information technology.
Facilities available to UOW Shoalhaven campus students and staff include:
Nursing Simulation Lab
Computer laboratory - DELL computers with flat-screen available including internet access 24hours a day, 7 days a week.
Free Wifi access in all classrooms and common areas for students and staff
Video Conferencing - A number of course lectures are provided from Wollongong via live videoconferencing.
Kitchenette - Fridge, toaster, tea & coffee making facilities in the Campus Services building
Library - in addition to the print and electronic resource available in the library, computers are available in the Access Centre in the library. Photocopying facilities are also available.
After hours access
After hours access is available to students who wish to use the University computers or simply find a quiet place to study. Conditions apply.
An active social group organises social, sporting and other recreational student activities. Please talk to your local staff or student representative if you have any ideas or suggestions.
Information technology support - this includes UOW IT computer and software support.
Audio-visual support - is available to assist in the overall educational experience and can be used for presentations and flexible delivery of courses; this includes video-conferencing, video players and overhead projectors. We also have available multimedia tools including a digital camera, digital video camera, mini disk recorder/ player, document/image scanner, DVD player and cassette recorder; all of which will enhance your student experience!
Counselling Services - a qualified counsellor is available for student consultations regarding appeals, special consideration, personal and other problems.
Learning Development - learning assistance is available for students in various areas relevant to degree studies. Individual consultations are available and workshops include:
- Time Management
- Reading and Note Making
- Essay Writing
- Structuring Arguments and Critical Thinking
- Exam Preparation and Techniques
University Careers Service- the University Careers Service offers advice and guidance to students regarding their future employment options and study strategies.
AIME Mentoring Program
For more information contact:
Maiquilla Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org