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Life at Bond is different

Transitioning to University life can take some adjustment. Luckily, at Bond University, there are a wide range of support services and facilities available to help students adjust quickly and easily.

From the large choice of student support services to help campus life when you initially begin studies, through to the support often required at the final stages of studies. Bonds Student Support team are on hand to assist.

Recreation facilities

Bond University Sports Centre facilities helps bring your fitness ambitions to life.

The award winning facilities are a place where community interaction is encouraged. Students can become involved in a number of activities. These sports include swimming in the 50 meter Olympic Waveless Swimming Pool which consists of 8 lanes. If swimming isn't your first choice of activity, there are numerous options available including Golf, Cricket, Rugby, Soccer and much more.

Sport at Bond

Sports, sport programs and degrees in sport

Bond’s sporting teams play under the Bond Bullsharks banner. The Bullsharks have a proud history of sporting tradition and success. There are options for all participants ranging from our elite program to social sport.

For those serious about sports, Bond University offers the Bond Elite Sport Program which provides guidelines for flexible study loads and requirements for those who are training in their respective sporting disciplines at an elite level.

Bond University supports elite athletes in the balanced pursuit of their academic and sporting goals by introducing flexible academic regulations for students-athletes of an elite level. Read More

 

Student association (BUSA)

The Bond University Student Association (BUSA) is your student organisation that aims to make student life at Bond more rewarding. Support covers enhancing academic pursuits and facilitating sporting involvement through to social support.

BUSA is a voluntary, apolitical group of elected students here to represent you.

Faculty student associations

    • Playing it safe with concussion

      Sports concussion is finally being taken seriously. But in clubland, there's still a lack of resources - and juniors will bear the brunt.

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    • Alumna Tamryn rides wave of surf industry success

      There’s a new wave of surf tourism happening that’s an ocean away from the ‘Bintang and barrels’ style of surf trips of the past. Alumna Tamryn Sims works in this booming industry and shares her insights.

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    • The best spots to study at Bond University

      Bachelor of Communication student Claire Hill gives her two cents on where the best study spots on campus are.

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  • Free energy psychology information webinar

    • Wednesday 20th of March 2024
    • 09:00am (AEST)
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    Homecoming Gala Ball

    • Saturday 18th of May 2024
    • 06:30pm (AEST)
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  • Playing it safe with concussion

    Sports concussion is finally being taken seriously. But in clubland, there's still a lack of resources - and juniors will bear the brunt.

    Read article
  • Alumna Tamryn rides wave of surf industry success

    There’s a new wave of surf tourism happening that’s an ocean away from the ‘Bintang and barrels’ style of surf trips of the past. Alumna Tamryn Sims works in this booming industry and shares her insights.

    Read article
  • The best spots to study at Bond University

    Bachelor of Communication student Claire Hill gives her two cents on where the best study spots on campus are.

    Read article
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