Regional Study Centres

All University of New England campuses are operating remotely or are accessible via special arrangement.

Restricted access for study purposes at the Regional Study Centres to most Centres has now recommenced. Social distancing and hygiene practices apply at all sites.

This advice was last updated 28 November 2020.

Regional Study Centres

UNE Regional Study Centre Network

UNE's Regional Study Centres in NSW have been established using Capital Development Pool Funding allocated to UNE by the Commonwealth Department of Education, Science and Training.

In addition to our sites at UNE Tamworth, UNE Taree and UNE Sydney (Parramatta), UNE has a network of Regional Study Centres across New England and North West NSW.

Student Support @ UNE Regional Study Centres

The Tamworth and Regions team, based at UNE Tamworth provide support for online students studying across the New England North West. Based out of UNE Tamworth, the team is available via phone, email, Zoom and AskUNE. The team visits the Regional Study Centres regularly to meet with student individually or run group sessions and meetings.

Facilities @ UNE Regional Study Centres

Regional Study Centres are located at:

UNE Coonabarabran Study Centre
Coonabarabran TAFE campus
Robertson St, Coonabarabran

UNE Glen Innes Study Centre
Glen Innes Severn Learning Centre
Grey St, Glen Innes

UNE Gunnedah Study Centre
Gunnedah TAFE campus
Hunter St, Gunnedah

UNE Guyra Study Centre
Armidale Regional Council (building at rear)
cnr Bradley & Moredun St, Guyra

UNE Inverell Study Centre
Inverell TAFE campus
Evans St, Inverell

UNE Tenterfield Study Centre
Tenterfield TAFE campus
High St, Tenterfield

UNE Moree Study Centre*
Moree TAFE campus
Frome St, Moree

UNE Narrabri Study Centre*
Narrabri TAFE campus
Barwon St, Narrabri

Through the Regional Study Centre Network, students can access:

  • Student PC's and printing facilities
  • eduroam Wifi and access to the AARNet network
  • BYO device workstations
  • Direct phone link to UNE academic and professional staff
  • Extend access to study space

Access to UNE Regional Study Centres

To access regional study centres, students need a current UNE student ID card and request access via the Tamworth and Regions team.

Access times for study centres vary, please contact the Tamworth and Regions team to find out more about your local study centre.

*Re-commencement dates to be announced for Moree and Narrabri, please contact CUC North West listed below to access study support and study space in these towns

Contact the Team

Tamworth and Regions team
Phone: 02 6766 3860

Country Universities Centres

UNE is pleased to be a University partner with the Country Universities Centre (CUC) network. CUC provides student support and dedicated study spaces for students in regional and rural locations. UNE works closely with the CUC team to ensure our students receive outstanding student support and access to resources.

CUC locations

  • CUC Snowy Monaro - Cooma
  • CUC Goulburn - Goulburn
  • CUC Far West - Broken Hill
  • CUC North West - Moree & Narrabri
  • CUC Western Riverina - Griffith & Leeton
  • CUC Clarence Valley - Grafton

The Commonwealth Government recently announced funding support for an additional six CUC locations. Find out more information about these locations here.

Contact the CUC team

To find out more about the CUC network or to register to join a Centre near you, contact the team:

Ph: 1800 687 282

International Support Centre

IEG Campus logoUNE and IEG Campus have entered into a partnership to provide education opportunities to students in Asia and Africa.

UNE students enrolled through IEG Campus have access to our Support Centre in Kuala Lumpur.

See more about UNE's facilities at IEG Campus in KL.