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The MGA Graduate Lounge

Register for swipe card access to graduate spaces on Monash campuses.

Campus Centre (Level 1)

Facilities include:

  • a kitchenette with microwave, sandwich press, fridge & coffee/tea supplies
  • filtered water (hot and cold)
  • data projector
  • laptop charging lockers
  • newspaper subscriptions
  • piano (Students wishing private piano practice can use their own headphones with the headphone converter plug located in a drawer in the kitchen. Please replace after use. The piano can also be set for automatic play.)
  • large comfortable lounge area, three small bookable meeting rooms for group work, workbench and large desk for meetings or having your lunch

For after hours access, enter the Campus Centre by the door at the top of the outside staircase, located on the southern side of the building (South-Eastern corner) – this is a proximity card access door.

The MGA lounge meeting rooms

If you need certainty of space for group meetings or participant interviews meeting rooms in the lounge can be booked using your student google calendar.

When creating an event in your calendar you will see in the ‘invite’ area a rooms tab – click on that and then click on Clayton” – you can then add the room to your event.

Please limit bookings to a maximum 2 hour block.

Bookings need to comply with the meeting room booking rules and all non-compliant bookings may be removed by Site Admin without notice.

All rooms have a table and seating for at least 6 students, plus a screen with connection cables for group presentations.

Availability calendar

Rooms 1, 2 & 3

The MGA Clayton Lockers

Temporarily suspended:

Due to the current situation with COVID-19 we are unable to rent lockers until further notice.

The MGA Laptop Program

Temporarily suspended:

Due to the current situation with COVID-19 we are unable to continue the Laptop Program until further notice.

We know that it can be hard getting a seat in the computer labs.

The MGA now has a number of laptops available at the Clayton office, which are exclusively available to Monash postgrads to borrow and use for study purposes.

Graduates are limited to borrowing one laptop at any given time for a maximum period of two weeks, at which point they must return the laptop to the MGA office from which it was borrowed. If there are no subsequent bookings then the student may request to extend their booking.

Graduate students will need to read terms and conditions outlined for this program and leave a photocopy of their student ID with the MGA at the time of borrowing. The laptops can be borrowed within MGA office hours as outlined below.

If there are any problems with the laptop, bring it to the MGA reception for the receptionists to resolve, please do not try to fix it yourself.

If you encounter any issues or have questions you need answering relating to the borrowing of MGA laptops, please contact:

Clayton office
Level 1, Campus Centre,
21 Chancellors Walk
Contact no: 03 9905 3197
Email: mpa@monash.edu

Office hours:
Monday- Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm

Click here for the MGA Portable Device Loan Agreement.

The MGA Clayton Office

The MGA office is open for advocacy needs, general enquiries, feedback and requests. Our friendly staff members would love to have a chat with you. All postgraduates are welcome to visit the MGA office anytime during its opening hours!

Address:
Level 1, Campus Centre,
21 Chancellors Walk, Clayton

Contact no: 03 9905 3197

Office hours:
Monday- Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm

Graduate Student Hub

Register for swipe card access

Ground floor, Campbell Hall, 21 Sports Walk.
Open 7am – 12pm to all postgraduate students.

Facilities include:

  • a kitchenette with microwave and fridge
  • filtered water (hot and cold)
  • lounge area
  • study spaces
  • group meeting rooms with AV capabilities

PhD Hub

Register for swipe card access

Ground floor, Hollman Hall, 27 Sports Walk.
Open 7am – 12am to all PhD students.

Facilities include:

  • a kitchenette with microwave and fridge
  • filtered water (hot and cold)
  • lounge area
  • study spaces
  • Writing-up desks for end-stage PhD students
  • Hot desks for day study use

Hargrave-Andrew Library

The Hargrave-Andrew Library is located at 13 College Walk on Clayton campus. Supports faculties of:-

  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Science

The Library offers workshops on a wide range of topics as well as drop-in sessions during semester.

The Library has subject specialist librarians who offer expert advice on finding and using information resources. Learning skills advisers can provide assistance with referencing and citation styles and academic writing skills.

Law Library

The Law Library is located at 15 Ancora Imparo Way on Clayton campus. Supports teaching and research in:-

  • the the Faculty of Law
  • the Department of Business Law
  • Taxation
  • other areas where law is the subject of teaching and research

For higher degree students, a detailed guide to Resources and Services in the Monash Law Library is available in Appendix 1 of the Law Faculty’s Postgraduate Research Students’ Handbook – there is a link to the latest guide from here.

The Library offers workshops on a wide range of topics as well as drop-in sessions during semester on both Clayton and at the Law Chambers.

Research consultations and specialist training sessions in using law databases and EndNote are available upon request – contact Law Library staff or ask at the information desk. Learning skills advisers can provide assistance with referencing and citation styles and academic writing skills.

Sir Louis Matheson Library

The Matheson Library is located at 40 Exhibition Walk on Clayton campus. Supports faculties of:-

  • Arts
  • Business & Economics
  • Education

The Library offers workshops on a wide range of topics as well as drop-in sessions.

The Library has subject specialist librarians who offer expert advice on finding and using information resources. Learning skills advisers can provide assistance with referencing and citation styles and academic writing skills.

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