Community Engagement Path

This path recognises students' contribution to projects that enhance engagement within the University or out in the wider community.

Students chat at the Clubs Expo in Grafton


  • Complete 40 hours of volunteering (on or off campus), or complete 40 hours of recognised paid work on-campus, which contributes to a positive environment and strengthens our sense of community.
  • Complete one recognised professional development workshop.
  • Complete a written reflection (300-500 words).


You will:

  • Develop and utilise skills to support activities which positively benefit the community.
  • Develop an understanding of how members of a community perceive topics and the issues that relate to them.
  • Facilitate positive relationships between community members.
  • Enhance your co-curricular record and add value to your CV.


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