Welcome to Bond
You might not be on campus yet, but you are now officially part of the Bond community. We can’t wait to bring Orientation to you – wherever you are in the world.
We’ve organised a number of activities to introduce you to Bond, your academics, classmates and key support staff. On this page, you will also find lots of resources to help you settle in and start the semester strong.
Stay tuned for the 203 schedule coming soon - keep an eye out for your invitation
What to expect
Welcome to Bond
Tune into the Official Welcome to meet the Vice Chancellor, and to find out all the important information about starting at Bond.
Get to know Bond, your faculty and key support staff, resources and classmates in a number of virtual Orientation activities.
Help on demand
Help is at your fingertips. Chat with Bond staff online, or book an appointment with one of our many support services.
Your social life doesn’t have to suffer with social distancing. Connect with new friends and experiences through our social events.
Get to know your Faculty
Your Faculty is like your extended family at Bond, and includes students from a number of programs and disciplines. Learn which Faculty you're part of and make sure you tune into the Faculty welcome sessions during Orientation. If you’re studying a combined degree, you could be part of two Faculties!
- Actuarial Science
- Hotel and Tourism Management
- Sport Management
- Biomedical and Health Sciences
- Exercise and Sports Science
- Healthcare Innovations
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Occupational Therapy
- Built Environment
- Film, Screen & Creative Media
- Humanities & Global Studies
- International Relations
- Social Sciences, Psychology and Counselling
- English Language Programs
- Foundation Program
- Higher Education Diplomas
- University Preparation Program
A helping hand
At Bond, one thing drives everything we do: you - our students! We’re here to lend a hand with anything you need, from enrolling through to IT, counselling and even your assignments.
Get help with...
Ready for your brand-new email address? If you haven't already, make sure you activate your Student IT account! Simply accept the terms and conditions and create a new password - then you will be all set to access your email and our network.
Experiencing technical problems? Don’t panic. Call the IT Service Desk on +61 7 5595 4444 Monday-Friday between 8am and 5pm AEST.
The 202 semester will be delivered remotely through our online platforms including iLearn, the Student Portal and Collaborate. See the O-Week schedule for webinars on how to use these platforms or view the Remote Learning Guide below.
Need help with organising your assignment, could use some tips for time management, a refresher on your Maths skills or want to strengthen your study strategies?
The Academic Skills Centre features a team of experts ready to provide support, advice and a helping hand with your study.
Tune into one of their workshops or book a personal consultation online.
If you are close to campus, you will be able to upload a photo to CaptureME for your Student ID Card to be printed, and pick it up from campus. But don't worry! You will not require an ID card for your first semester - you can pick it up from the Student Business Centre when you arrive on campus.
Bond University Library provides customer-focused, quality innovative services, information resources and programs to support the teaching, learning and research needs of the University community.
Bond University is committed to providing a culturally safe and supportive learning environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students where they can progress and complete higher education programs at the same rate as, or at a better rate than, non-Indigenous students.
The Career Development Centre is your one-stop-shop for career services and support. They're also responsible for delivering Beyond Bond: Professional Development & Community Engagement - so reach out to them if you have any questions.
The Transformer program is an entrepreneurship and innovation hub. The program is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students from all faculties.
Couch campus tours
In challenging times, it's more important than ever to take care of your mental, emotional and physical health. In addition to Bond's support services, you have access to a number of online resources to draw on when you need them.
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The Bond University Student Association - also known as BUSA - is your team of student representatives. The association facilitates a number of services and activities dedicated to ensuring your experience at Bond is everything you want it to be. BUSA also coordinates more than 100 student clubs and societies and put on lots of social events during the semester. Stay in the loop with all the fun stuff on Facebook and Instagram.
Contact BUSA for:
- Information on clubs and societies
- Information on upcoming student events
- Advocacy support
- Faculty Student Associations (FSAs)
Safety | Respect | Care | Consent
Bond University and the Bond University Student Association (BUSA) are jointly committed to a healthy culture of respect and responsibility that provides for a safe and supportive environment for everyone.