Weekly coffee vouchers

Here at GSA, we believe in providing support and helping our graduate cohort while they are going through hard times.

One way we support graduate students is by offering 100 x $5 coffee vouchers to local cafes, for an extra boost.

 

 

Key information:

  • Please note that due to the limited number of vouchers available students will only be able to get one voucher per week.
  • The voucher can be used on a small coffee, with choice of dairy or non-dairy milks.
  • Students will need to apply for the vouchers and if successful, they will be sent via email and accessed by Eventbrite.
  • New vouchers will become available twice a week, on Sundays and Wednesdays.
  • Vouchers from any week can be used until 3 December 2021.

Participating cafes

Brunswick Foodstore 29 Weston Street, Brunswick | 7:30am–3:00pm (Monday–Friday) and 8:00am–3:00pm (Sat/Sun)

Mid Square Coffee 119 Pelham Street, Carlton | 7:00am–4:00pm (Monday–Friday)

House of Cards (ParkvilleUniversity of Melbourne, Parkville Campus | 7:30am–2:30pm (Monday–Friday)

The Basement Cafe 43/350 La Trobe St, CBD | 6:00am–3:00pm (Monday–Saturday)

Mellow Beans Shop 14/50 Lonsdale St, CBD | 6:00am–4:30pm (Monday–Friday), 7:00am–3:00pm (Sat/Sun)

Apply for your coffee voucher 

Terms and Conditions


This offer is strictly for graduate students of the University of Melbourne, and is not to be shared or distributed. 
One voucher per student, per week. Registrations must use your University of Melbourne student email address. Coffee redemption is only available during the chosen cafes’ opening hours which are subject to change; please contact your preferred cafe for opening hours. A limited number of vouchers are available and GSA reserves the right to alter this number at any time. Tickets are only valid until Friday 3 December (Monday 5 July – Friday 3 December). Terms and Conditions are subject to change. Your order may be deleted if you are found to be in breach of any of these conditions.

Free Student Workshops and Seminars

Studying at any time can be stressful, not only during times of COVID-19.

We encourage the cohort of Graduate students to utilise the free services available to them to support their mental health and wellbeing during study.

Counselling & Psychological Services (CAPS) at the University of Melbourne provides a number of free workshops on a range of personal development, mental health and wellbeing issues each semester. Mental Health First Aid and other training programs are also available for both students and staff.

Check out the range of workshops or find out more information about the program and how to register here.