Bond University acknowledges the Kombumerri people of the Yugambeh language, upon whose ancestral lands our University now stands.

​Nyombil Indigenous Support Centre

The Nyombil Centre provides academic and cultural support assisting Indigenous students with the unique challenges, in particular related to cultural differences, they may face in moving from remote communities and undertaking the new challenge of University study. Academically the centre assists students with their transition into the higher education environment, understanding University policy and supporting their progression. Culturally the centre promotes engagement by assisting students and the University to connect with the local Indigenous community.

The Centre, which is equipped with computers, a printer, free tea and coffee facilities and lounges, creates a sense of community and belonging for our students. By creating an environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are able to study, connect and grow both academically and personally, our vision really is to see their ambition come to life.

Additional support

Find out more about the Corrigan Walk, and how to join a guided tour by a Bond University staff member or student. Tours run for approximately one hour.

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Bond University supports Indigenous students through many ways including providing mentoring through their studies.

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The Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme- Tertiary Tuition (ITAS) is an academic support initiative funded by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet which aims to improve educational outcomes for Indigenous students. The Nyombil Indigenous Support Centre administers ITAS program at Bond.

The funding covers the costs associated with providing tutors, for up to 2 hours per week per subject and up to 5 hours per subject during the examination period with no charge to students. All enrolled Indigenous students at Bond University are encouraged to access ITAS. For more information please contact Jason Murray.

The Bond Indigenous Awareness Society (BIAS) was established in 2010 by our Indigenous students with the aim of raising awareness of Indigenous issues and providing a forum for all Bond students at Bond and in the local community. 

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Student Learning Support can help you with organising assignments, study strategies, time management, maths, formal style and academic writing.

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Underpinning  all the unique advantages that Bond offers its students is our goal to help you find, not just a job, but a meaningful, rewarding and challenging career.

Whether you want to change the world, change your community or change your life, the journey to your future starts here on campus at the Career Development Centre.

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