Edition #161 - 27 August 2012
Do you require alternative arrangements in your final exams? Have you returned your application form? DEADLINE 3 SEPT
If, because of a disability/impairment, you have difficulty sitting examinations under conventional circumstances, please contact Disability Information and Support to make alternative arrangements, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +64 3 479 8235. The final deadline for applications for Semester Two Alternative Arrangements is Monday 3rd September and late applications will not be accepted.
Muslim University Students’ Association invites everyone to free events during Islam Awareness Week, themed "Islam and the Environment," Monday 3rd - Sunday 9th September.
Renowned Australian scholar, Shādy AlSuleiman, will be our guest speaker. Refreshments provided. Events will include Open Lectures, Union Hall Exhibition, an International Muslim Food Festival and Mosque Open Days.
Represent your students, make sure we throw the best parties and keep on providing you with the best services. It's not all politics, it's a great experience as you help run an organisation and you can make difference to the way students experience Otago. Get your mates to give you a nomination when they open on the 17th of September and get loud during the elections! Where do you fit in?
The final OUSA grants round is closing on the 27th September. Whether you need a grant as an individual or you're part of an OUSA affiliated club that needs a financial push to assist with a community project, sporting, cultural or performance exploit. Let us know why you deserve a grant and we'll do our best to help you out.
As this is the final call, please make your way to Clubs and Societies Centre, 84 Albany Street ASAP.
Hear from Jan Hudson- Member of the DCC Social Wellbeing Strategy Project Team
We will be discussing the upcoming DCC Social Wellbeing Strategy!
Become inspired to create positive change
Develop meaningful conversations & explore these ideas further
Thursday September 6th, 5pm to 7:30pm, Hub 174- 174 Princes St
Free bus leaving Clubs & Socs @ 4:45, vegetarian curry on the house
For more information check out our FB page- Hub 174
Contact Michela on 03 477 4175, txt 0274310261. Booking is essential
Applications for the December 2012 graduation ceremonies will open at 9.00 am on Wednesday 12 September, you will be able to apply online via PIMS. Please note that there is a limit to the number of people who can graduate in person at any one ceremony. The closing date for the December ceremonies will be 1 October. However, should the maximum number of applications for a ceremony be reached prior to 1 October, no further applications for that ceremony will be accepted from that point onwards. We recommend that you submit your application as soon as possible.
If you wish to graduate, but do not wish to attend a ceremony, then you need to apply to graduate in absentia. The same opening and closing dates as given above apply.
Book at ITS Reception (ITS building over the river Leith, near Castle Lecture Theatres); Phone 479 8559
There will be skips out on Friday 31 August from 9am to 4pm so you can get rid of all that stuff you can’t put out in your black sacks or recycling bins. If you can, it’s probably best to get rid of your rubbish before 3.30pm, as skips which are taken away to be emptied towards the end of the collection period may not be replaced with a new skip.
If skips located closest to your flat are full, please take your rubbish to another skip.
Please make yourself familiar with the DCC rubbish collection service requirements for using DCC rubbish bags only and when to put out your recycling bins. Non-DCC rubbish bags will not be collected.
Thanks for your help to keep north Dunedin clean.
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