This session is for our regional, rural and remote students and domestic students. You will meet at the UQ Centre and be walked to the session location. 

This session will help you make a smooth transition to campus life and includes essential information you need to get settled in and off to a good start. Gain practical information including important dates, finding your way around campus, connecting with other UQ students, and support services available.

About Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences - HaBS Orientation Day

Welcome to the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences (HaBS). 

Before you jump head first into your individual programs, we would like to invite you to an all of faculty orientation to help you to hit the ground running. 

We want to make your start as smooth as possible, so we have put together 3 steps to help you on your way:

1. Register for the HaBS Orientation Day - 18 February 2020

The HaBS Orientation Day will be held on Tuesday 18 February 2020. Your attendance at this event is compulsory. Please RSVP via the link below and use the password HABSOrientation to register. 

If you have any questions please contact habs.studentexperience@uq.edu.au

Register now

Don't forget to check out the Orientation website to see what other events and activities are on offer throughout O-Week!

2. Read 'how to get started'

Starting at University is exciting but it can be confusing and daunting. There is a lot of information to take on board and you may have questions about what to expect and how to get started. If you have any questions regarding your studies or university experience in the lead-up to Orientation, check out the link below.

Starting at UQ

3. Connect with us on Social Media

Stay up to date with the Health and Behavioural Sciences events, information and competitions via the official HaBS Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.

UQ Health Facebook

UQ Health Instagram

UQ Health Twitter

Keep an eye out for more information from us in the lead-up to O-Week. 

See you soon!

Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences 

Venue

Building 24
Room: 
R304