Like all UniSA campuses you will find a campus central, USASA officers, library, computer pools, and security service as well as excellent on-campus accommodation services.
We have installed high-speed fibre optic cables to Whyalla. You should be getting internet speeds 1000 times the rate you’re used to – from 10 megabits per second to 10 gigabits per second. This not only makes you the best connected students in any regional city in Australia but brings our digital learning strategy which blends online and face-to-face teaching so you get access to the same curriculum, the same resources and the same academics as those in the city.With the support of OneSteel Arrium Mining in Whyalla we have helped create a new Engineering Teaching and Learning Centre (ETLC), so regional engineering students can access teaching facilities similar to those at the city campus.
A new simulated classroom is available for Bachelor of Education students to practise in-class activities like displaying student work and using smart boards. The facility will better prepare graduates for their first education placement and is a first of its kind for UniSA.
A range of library services are available to students and staff at the Whyalla campus. For more information about services available to regional staff and students, visit the UniSA Library.
The Whyalla Campus has two computer pool rooms MB2-61 and MB2-62. Whyalla bookings contact:
Phone: +61 8 8647 8111 or extension 28111
Wirringka Student Services
For information on the Wirringka Student Services, click here.
Aboriginal Student and Community Engagement Officer
Student Engagement Unit
Phone: +61 8 8647 6179