Student life and support
Meet new people, broaden your horizons and make the most of your time as a student with us.
National day trips
We offer an amazing range of subsidised activities and days out for all students, to encourage team building and developing friendships while you study with us. We organise these events in week five or six of each trimester, and past events have included sightseeing tours, bubble soccer, escape rooms and city-wide scavenger hunts.
These days are a great way to meet new people, try new activities and get to know the city you’re studying in.
This student health and wellbeing event is a full week of events designed to nourish your mind, body and soul. In week seven of every trimester, you’ll have access to a range of free in-person and online events, including yoga classes, guided meditation, and talks on mental and physical wellbeing.
Our Esports community for enthusiastic professional or casual gamers is growing rapidly and we are always looking for new events and tournaments for you to participate in. Getting involved gives you the chance to meet other players and compete against fellow students, against the other universities or on a national level.
Leadership speaker series
Our Leadership Speaker Series engages industry experts at the forefront of their industry to speak to students in exclusive seminars. Presenters are role models and thought leaders in their respective fields. These sessions are designed to help you understand more about leadership within the industry and give you unique industry insights that will build your employability.
Student representative councils
You can join your SRC’s dedicated Facebook and Instagram page, where they post about events and initiatives designed to help you make the most of university life.
Student ambassador opportunities
If you decide to join your campus SRC, you can also apply for one of our Student Experience Ambassador (SEA) roles. This is a paid student support role in which you work in the student community, assisting with tasks such as social media, communications, sports programs, and a wide variety of other projects. It’s a great opportunity to engage with other students and develop your CV before you graduate.
The student voice
This newsletter is all about you, with content written and contributed by students and coordinated by student ambassadors. Inside you’ll find help and support, tips for making the most of your university experience, and a schedule of events and activities, as well as access to discounts and useful resources.
Look for the newsletter in your inbox in weeks two and eight of every trimester.
Student services and support
A safer community
Torrens university is committed to building an inclusive community through the mental health and safer communities framework. offering education and support, its aim is to promote a respectful environment, where the risk of harm is reduced, and victims are empowered.