Students from across the region are being reminded to feel proud of their achievements as they prepare to receive their Year 12 results, to be released tomorrow morning.
Port Pirie Uni Hub coordinator Kim Gregory said 2019 has been a pivotal year for these students and they should feel an incredible sense of achievement, regardless of their score.
“It is completely normal for students to be anxious about receiving their Year 12 results, after all, they have spent their final years of schooling working towards this moment,” she said.
“However, it’s important to remember that these results do not define them. And if they don’t get the ATAR they need to get straight into the course they want, there are always alternative pathways towards their dream career.
“No matter what their results are this week, they should feel proud of their journey and of all the hard work they have put in to make it to this point.”
Ms Gregory said she was available to work with students and their families who were looking for local university study options.
“We are available to sit down and have a chat and look at students’ interests, strengths and experiences and focus on choosing what the best uni pathway is for them.”
With the opening of the Port Augusta campus next year, Uni Hub Spencer Gulf will provide a convenient study option to even more people in the region.
About 70 students are registered with the Uni Hub, with this number expected to increase in 2020.
Courses available at Uni Hub Spencer Gulf include Bachelor courses in Psychology, Education, Social Work and Nursing and a Masters in Education. Bachelor of Business will be available from next year.
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