The Nala Karla rooms are dedicated study and relaxation areas for the University’s Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and are located on all three campuses.
These areas can be accessed between 7:30am - 11:30pm, seven days a week and provide additional computing and printing facilities, quiet space for tutoring sessions and a social hub to connect as a student community.
|Bunbury (South West)||SW 5.007|
|Joondalup||JO 34.142 (Ngoolark)|
|Mount Lawley||ML 15.102 & ML 15.103|
Access for Semester 1, 2019 will be active from Monday, 25 February 2019.
Below are some of the most common questions being asked related to the Nala Karla Rooms. This list is not exhaustive, however if your question is not here, please email us.
1. Does my access roll over each semester?
No. Access is granted on a semester basis and is removed after the exam period.
2. If I study at either Mount Lawley or Joondalup, can I have access the Nala Karla room on the other campus?
Yes. Once access is approved, you will have access to ALL Nala Karla rooms.
3. Why don't I have to apply for access to the Nala Karla room in Bunbury?
This room does not have swipe card technology, so there is no requirement to apply.
4. Can I take other student's into the Nala Karla rooms?
No. Access is authorised individually and monitored. While Kurongkurl Katitjin supports collaborative work across the student cohort; there are other spaces within the University for this type of work.
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