What will be affected: Electrical power supply to Crawley Campus (full site power outage)
Where: Crawley Campus – all areas
Why: Western Power Critical HV Maintenance and to increase electrical supply redundancy in Ring D. This planned power outage is unavoidable and the University is providing advanced notice to all campus users
What may be experienced: Power loss to the ring as per the below schedule. Where an on-site generator is connected only essential power will be supplied.
Site preparations are underway for our new Indigenous Studies building, located within the southern precinct of the campus.
The Indigenous Studies building will provide an exciting working and learning environment for students and staff; and an inviting entrance for the Crawley campus from Hackett Drive.
This new purpose-built facility will be a key component within the southern precinct of the campus, and will greatly improve the current student experience for the School of Indigenous Studies and the Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health.
If you have applied for and received a UWA parking permit, please ensure the permit is affixed to the left-hand side of your vehicle windscreen before Friday 22 February to avoid being issued an infringement.
The UniPark office will close at 12pm on Friday 21 December 2018 (cashier from 1pm on Wednesday 19 December) and re-open on Monday 7 January 2019. Any urgent parking enquiries during the University’s shutdown period should be directed to the Security Office.
Student vacation commences on Monday 19 November 2018 to Friday 22 February 2019. During this period the following parking regulations will apply.
Crawley site Student permit parking bays (indicated by yellow signs) are available to non-permit holders during the vacation period. These bays are located in car parks 1, 4, 8, 9, 21 (Broadway level) 35 and 43. Staff permit holders are to use staff permit parking bays where available.
The University’s Rosemarie Nathanson Financial Markets Trading Room has won Education Project of the Year at the annual international AV Awards in London.
The AV Awards recognise and reward excellence across the worldwide audio visual industry and are open to all organisations involved in AV around the globe. UWA’s entry was one of more than 700 competing projects from 82 countries.
UWA Security has rolled out a new SMS service for staff and students in circumstances where verbal communications is not achievable.
Staff and students can send a brief SMS to 0438 739 744 (maximum of 160 characters), or add “URGENT” in front of the message if immediate assistance is required. There may be a short delay of 1 to 2 minutes before receiving the auto-message: ‘Thank you! Message received by UWA Security’. A Campus Security Officer will then follow up.