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    2021 Student Experience Survey

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    Flinders University is participating in the 2021 Student Experience Survey (SES) during August 2021.

    The SES is a national survey which is being conducted for the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment. Your feedback is very important and will contribute directly to the quality of teaching and learning for current and future students.

    The SES is administered online. Students randomly selected to participate in the survey will receive an email invitation with a link to the SES questionnaire.

    We encourage you to participate in this important survey but your involvement is voluntary. All responses are confidential and no personal information will be linked to your response.

    There are plenty of prizes to give away so get in early to increase your chances of winning!*

    *For further information, including terms and conditions of the prize draw, visit

    Good Vibes Experiment

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    The  Good Vibes Experiment (GVE)  is a campaign led by students at Flinders University. The campaign encourages us all to experiment with adding wellbeing-focused activities to our everyday lives. It isn’t about pretending to be happy. It’s about developing the knowledge and skills necessary to improve, sustain, repair or strengthen mental health. 

    The GVE Activity Book is a fantastic resource full of unique exercises and experiments for you to try. Some of them are just for fun and to relax, while others are challenges to question your way of thinking, your habits, your priorities, etc.

    You can pick up a hard copy of the GVE Activity Book anytime from the Oasis Student Wellbeing Centre or you can also order a book to be sent to your home via the website.

    Key Semester 2 dates

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    This Friday, 6 August is the last day you can enrol and pay fees for Semester 2 topics. Make sure you have finalised your enrolment, including your timetable by Friday. You also need to ensure you have filled out all the relevant finance forms, including HECS-HELP, FEE-HELP and SAFF-HELP forms, or paid your Semester 2 fees.

    If you need any assistance with your enrolment, virtual Enrolment Support is available via phone or screen sharing during business hours until 5pm (CST) on Friday 6 August.

    Visit Critical Enrolment Dates for more information.

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