We are committed to working with SA’s regional communities to provide quality learning opportunities for regional students.
Campuses and centres in Whyalla and Mt Gambier offer a wide range of degrees and through our regional development plan, regional students continue to have access to improved learning facilities.
In 2012 UniSA was awarded $22 million by the Commonwealth Government’s Higher Education Investment Fund, $18 million of which is being invested in a New Learning Centre in Mt Gambier, and the upgrade of IT infrastructure with a fibre optic cable connecting both Mt Gambier and Whyalla to the existing Australian Education Network.
Mt Gambier New Learning Centre:
The new 2,500m2 learning centre provides students access to high-speed fibre optic infrastructure, opening up access to learning resources at the same speed as metropolitan students. The building also includes a central piazza for students to socialise, collaborative teaching and learning facilities, specialist nursing and birthing practice-based labs and experiential psychology and social work facilities.
For more information visit the Mt Gambier New Learning Centre webpage.