UQ Union O-Week

Orientation at the University of Queensland
Orientation at the University of Queensland

Your Orientation Hub

Welcome to your Semester 1 Orientation hub!

Check out events, resources and Clubs & Societies below!

Market Day

10am – 1:45pm | 16th February

If you only go to one event at O-Week, it should be Market Day. This is the BIG ONE. Market Day is your opportunity to check out the Clubs and Societies you might want to join. Who knows. These people might become your ride or die uni crew for the next three years! 

Of course, Market Day is also about the free stuff. And I mean, a lot of free stuff. I’m talking more stationery, food, energy drinks and merch than you can carry! Plus, chill out with games, live entertainment and performances from clubs, societies and colleges. 


COVID-19 Safe Guidelines are in place. In line with QLD Government restrictions and UQ’s vaccination mandate, all attendees will need to check in and show proof of full vaccination status upon entrance to this event. Stay at home if you are unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath. If you become unwell during the event you are to notify UQU event staff immediately. 

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What is UQ Union?

About We represent the interests of UQ students and run independent services, events and outlets to enhance your student experience. As an independent body, UQU represent students on all important university committees to ensure your voice is heard on all university matters.

The Student Executive is the peak student elected body, delivering leadership and advocacy to the university on students’ behalf. They are elected annually into a diverse range of portfolios to build a better experience for all UQ students.

Student Advocacy & Support is a free, independent, short term support service for all UQ students.

Collectives represent minority groups on campus UQU’s Collectives offer students at The University of Queensland the opportunity to meet like-minded peers and benefit from a supportive environment, networking opportunities and safer spaces on campus.

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