Hello, good to see you, wherever you have been
Macquarie University recognises the custodianship of the land on which our campus is situated – the Wattamattagal clan of the Darug Nation and pays respect to their Aboriginal Elders past, present and future. Macquarie University acknowledges the important contribution of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to our University and respects and takes pride in the knowledges of the world’s oldest continuous living cultures
Welcome to Country
Welcome to country is spoken by local Darug Elder, Aunty Julie Janson.
Welcome to Macquarie University!
Congratulations on receiving your offer to study here. We can’t wait to meet you.
We want you to feel connected from your first day at university until the day you graduate. Within our Macquarie community you will find a range of engagement and academic services to help you reach your dreams.
Engage with Walanga Muru
Walanga Muru has an extensive and tailored first year student program with an Engagement Coordinator to help you get the best start to University! This includes individual Enrolment Appointments, an Orientation and Cultural Camp, as well as a range of workshops, events and activities throughout the year.
Need help enrolling or with your studies? Keen for a yarn with other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students or mentors? Walanga Muru has got you covered! You can reach out to us via askWM@mq.edu.au.
Reach out to Wellbeing
University brings new challenges. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed and stressed at times. Asking for help will help you succeed.
Come along to O Week
Start university on the right foot. Learn everything you need to know before classes begin at O-week events.
Join new clubs and societies. Find your mob. Get involved in campus life.
There’s still so much more to discuss. We look forward to meeting you soon and being part of your exciting journey ahead.