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The first year rollercoaster

Studying at uni can be full of ups and down, much like a rollercoaster!

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Roxy: How does uni work? The expert advice you’re looking for

If you are the first in your family to study at uni, you probably have a lot of questions. Let current student and Student Relationship Officer, Roxy, give you the inside scoop.

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Kim: How to say no to friends and get that assignment done

Procrastinating is a normal part of life for a uni student, but how do you make sure your social life doesn’t take over? Kim shares her top tips.

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Kate: Why you should never be afraid to ask for help, if you need it

Student Wellness Advisor Kate explains the support services available to students via the Wellness team, and why it’s important to seek support sooner rather than later.

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What if Semester 3 isn't for me?

If you aren't studying in Semester 3, how will you be spending your time? Here’s six ways you can effectively spend your time over the break and keep productive.

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Sheree-Eleise: Why USQ Support should be your next stop for help

Experienced your fair go of ups and downs? Support is there for you. Sheree-Eleise shares how USQ Student Support helped her overcome some of her struggles.

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#HELP - Support for you at USQ

Do you need #help at USQ but have no idea where to find it?

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How being Headstrong has improved my study

Don’t let self-confidence become another hurdle during university. Tiffany talks about the difference a bit of resilience makes to her study and life.

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Sally: Studying beyond the border

Find out how nursing student Sally expanded her knowledge and found her calling from her experience completing a placement in Vietnam.

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Mark: Laugh your way to better health

Comedian Mark McConville speaks of the positive effects laughter can have on mental wellbeing.

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