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Breakfast Club

When

May 30 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am

Where

1888 Building, Grattan St, Parkville Campus

Price

Free

Start the day right with a healthy and free breakfast - available to graduate students!

Come to the 1888 building at the Parkville campus and enjoy a healthy breakfast between 8am – 9:30am Tuesday and Thursday mornings, until the 1st of June. This is a free program available to all enrolled graduate students at the University.

(Please note – there will be no breakfasts on public holidays or in semester break)

We aim to help students start the day right with a selection of breakfast options, such as cereal, toast, fruit, coffee, tea, juice, and more. We have gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options available too.

This semester you will need to register with us to get your Breakfast Club card. We encourage you to do this in advance:

  1. Register for a breakfast session (or all of them!) on Eventbrite using your student email.
  2. Come to GSA reception (from Thursday 30 March) and show your proof of enrolment.
  3. We will issue your Breakfast Club card.
  4. Show your card when you arrive for breakfast, then relax and enjoy your meal.

Easy!

If you forget to register beforehand, we will be able to help you out on the day but it will be much quicker if you already have your card.

PLEASE NOTE: this is an event for University of Melbourne graduate students only. When you login to Eventbrite to register, please use your UoM student email. Orders made that do not include a UoM student email and ID will be cancelled.

We will only issue your Breakfast Club card if we have a record of your valid student email and student ID.

Venue accessibility: accessible entry is via the rear courtyards of 1888 Building (north side of building) and the breakfast room is located opposite reception on the ground floor (near the East courtyard entry). There is an all-gender accessible bathroom on the ground floor in the East Wing.

If you would like a map or further information please email events@gsa.unimelb.edu.au