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Child care

UTS Child Care Inc. (UTSCC) coordinates all childcare services at City campus. Hours of operation are 8am to 6.30pm, 50 weeks per year.

Long day care is available for 0–5 year olds and can be accessed on a full-time or part-time basis (minimum enrolment is two weekdays).

UTS Child Care centres charge a fee comparable to other childcare centres. It is strongly suggested to place your name on either or both of the waiting lists as early as possible. UTS staff and students may be eligible for a number of subsidies to assist with the cost of child care.

Further information and waiting list application forms are available at:

Magic Pudding Child Care Centre
corner of Mary Ann and McKee streets, Ultimo
City campus
telephone +61 2 8289 8401

Blackfriars Children's Centre
4–12 Buckland Street, Chippendale
City campus
telephone +61 2 9514 2959


The Co-op is a member-owned, not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to offering the widest range of learning resources to its members at the best possible prices. For a one-off $20 joining fee, members receive a lifetime of benefits, including:

  • discounted textbooks and reference materials
  • up to 50 per cent of everything else in store and online
  • coupons for partners such as Mad Mex, Jeanswest, etc.
  • prizes such as holidays, backstage passes and VIP events.

The Co-op has over 55 years' experience with more than 50 stores across Australia. With stores at both UTS City and Kuring-gai campuses, the Co-op stocks all UTS texts and recommended readings, along with a great range of fiction and non-fiction titles, stationery, technical items, audio, beauty and gifts. Customers can shop online and pick up in store with the Co-op's 'Click and Collect' service, or opt for free Australia-wide delivery.

3 Broadway (corner of Broadway and Harris Street)
City campus, Broadway
telephone +61 2 8935 8230

Architecture, Engineering, Information Technology and General Sciences specialist store
771 Harris Street, Ultimo
telephone +61 2 9212 3078

Nursing, Midwifery and Health specialist store
Shop 3, Level 2, Bldg 10
235 Jones Street, Ultimo
telephone +61 2 8935 9792

Eton Road, Lindfield
Kuring-gai campus
telephone +61 2 9514 5318

UTS online orders
telephone +61 2 9211 3534

Radio 2SER (107.3 FM)

2SER is a community radio station, offering a diverse range of programs, which are mostly provided by volunteers. The station broadcasts 24 hours a day and is heard throughout Sydney on 107.3 FM, digital radio and mobile apps. The station is jointly owned by UTS and Macquarie University, and actively encourages student participation.

The station's main studios are located on Broadway, Ultimo (in the Terraces), next to the Co-op Bookshop.

More information, including about becoming involved with 2SER, is available at:

Students' Association

The Students' Association (SA) is the representative body for students at UTS. It represents all students of the University on welfare and education issues.

The Students' Representative Council (SRC) is the group of elected students that enacts, directs and coordinates the work of the SA. UTS students (excepting exchange and INSEARCH students) have the right to stand for election to the SRC and vote in the annual elections.

The University supports the existence of professional advocacy staff, for academic and non-academic appeals and to run the peer tutor scheme.

The SA also operates a second-hand textbook shop, a free weekly breakfast (the Bluebird Brekkie Bar), a student newspaper (Vertigo) as well as facilitating student support by providing various information, education and action campaigns to benefit students. The Students' Association, in conjunction with the University, has also opened a free legal service for all UTS students.

The Students' Association is home to a number of collectives that run campaigns, and hold regular events and meetings.

Further information is available at:

City campus, Broadway
telephone +61 2 9514 1155

Kuring-gai campus
telephone +61 2 9514 1155

UTS Gallery and Art Collection

UTS Gallery fosters innovative contemporary art, cutting-edge design and social inquiry by leading and early career practitioners. As a forum to explore new ideas and culturally diverse perspectives, the gallery expresses the spirit of UTS. Situated on Harris Street in the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, UTS Gallery is an exciting place where creativity and technology meet. The vibrant exhibition program is accompanied by publications, talks, forums, performances, workshops and an annual artist-in-residence.

UTS Art Collection comprises over 1000 artworks in its permanent and loan collections in a variety of styles and media, most notably post-1960s paintings, prints and photography. Collection staff provide curatorial services and displays of quality Australian art as an integral element of a vibrant, inclusive campus.

City campus, Broadway
telephone +61 2 9514 1652
fax +61 2 9514 1228

UTS Union Ltd

The UTS Union is a hub for student engagement and activity. The Union provides students with access to over 100 social and sporting clubs which students can join and be a part of. In addition, the Social Programs team facilitates the creation of new clubs in conjunction with students each semester.

To assist students with the transition to life at UTS, the Sporting and Social Programs teams provide students with a diverse range of activities and events that encourage interaction and engagement within the wider UTS community. Activities available to students range from tours to semester parties, and sporting teams to university games championships.

Spanning the two UTS campuses, the Union provides discounted food and beverage facilities, retail outlets and fitness amenities for the benefit of UTS students and staff. Full details and updates are available on the UTS Union website and Facebook page.

City campus, Broadway
telephone +61 2 9514 1444
fax +61 2 9514 1636

UTS Fitness Centre

The Union operates the UTS Fitness Centre, which includes a state-of-the-art cardio theatre, an extensive range of weight training equipment, and multipurpose spaces for group exercise classes and circuit training. Adjacent to the fitness centre is the new Multi-Purpose Sports Hall, which the Union manages on behalf of UTS.

733 Harris St
City campus, Broadway
telephone +61 2 9514 2444